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History of XML

  • XML derives from SGML, a markup language developed through the 1970s
  • SGML was used to describe the original HTML for web design
  • XML restricts SGML’s syntax to promote extentions to web documents outside the scope of HTML

History of XML

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:15
    • Lesson Overview
  • SGML 0:45
    • Standard Generalized Markup Language
  • Charles Goldfarb 1:02
    • Once Document Collection & Three Non-Interoperable Applications
  • Generic Coding 2:27
    • Generic Coding & GML
  • Tim Berners-Lee 6:12
    • Internet, Markup, Hypertext and the World Wide Web
  • World Wide Web 8:07
    • URL
    • HTTP
    • HTML
  • Browser Wars 9:48
    • WorldWideWeb, Mosaic, Netscape, and Internet Explorer
  • HTML Versions 10:35
    • Custom Tags
    • HTML 2.0
    • HTML 3.0
  • XML 15:07
    • History of XML
  • HTML 17:51
    • HTML Version 4.01 and First Version of XHTML
  • In This Lesson 19:20
    • In This Lesson