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Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson

Issues When Using XML

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction to XML
Introduction to XML

7m 44s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
Lesson Overview
0:10
Meaning of XML
0:27
Extensible Markup Language
0:28
Nature of Markup
2:30
Example of Markup
2:31
Menu Example in XML
5:21
Menu Example in XML
5:22
Menu Example in XML, Cont.
5:36
Menu Example in XML, Cont.
5:37
XML as Text Document
7:15
XML as Text Document
7:16
In This Lesson
7:26
In This Lesson
7:27
II. XML as Document
XML as Document

12m 42s

Intro
0:00
XML Version 1.0
0:19
XML Version 1.0
0:20
XML Version 1.1
0:50
XML Version 1.1
0:51
Differences
1:23
Technical Adjustments and Allowance for Certain Characters
1:24
XML 1.0, Fifth Edition 2008
2:04
XML 1.0, Fifth Edition 2008
2:05
Nature of Computer Input
2:42
Nature of Computer Input
2:43
Menu Example
3:50
Purpose of XML
4:52
Purpose of XML
4:53
Document
5:31
Document
5:32
Element
6:25
Element
6:26
Start Tag
7:22
Start Tag
7:23
End Tag
8:03
End Tag
8:04
Empty Tags
8:40
Empty Tags
8:41
Attributes
9:54
Attributes
9:55
Necessary?
11:35
Necessary?
11:36
III. Relationship Between HTML and XML
Relationship Between HTML and XML

9m 46s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:26
Lesson Overview
0:27
HTML
0:44
HTML: Properties and Examples
0:45
XML
3:34
XML: Properties and Examples
3:35
XHTML - HTML with XML Restrictions
4:27
XHTML - HTML with XML Restrictions
4:28
XHTML Example
5:05
Poor Adoption
6:44
Poor Adoption
6:45
In This Lesson
9:20
In This Lesson
9:21
IV. XML and CSS
XML and CSS

12m 31s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
1:13
Lesson Overview
1:14
Meaning of CSS
1:38
Meaning of CSS
1:39
Syntax of CSS
2:23
Syntax of CSS
2:24
CSS Files
2:57
CSS Files Example
2:58
XML Processing Instructions
3:57
XML Processing Instructions
3:58
XML-Stylesheet Processing Instruction
5:00
XML-Stylesheet Processing Instruction
5:01
Block Display
7:34
Display: Block & Inline
7:35
Block Display Example
8:10
V. Formal Structure of XML Document
Formal Structure of XML Document

20m 38s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Lesson Overview
0:19
XML Prolog
0:46
XML Prolog
0:47
XML Declaration
1:07
Format & Version Number
1:08
Doctype Declaration
1:54
Type Matches Root
1:55
[] = Internal Subset
2:45
Attribute Declarations
3:02
Attribute Declarations Example
3:03
Entity Declarations
8:34
Entity Declarations
8:35
External DTDs
11:05
External DTDs
11:06
System and Public Identifiers
12:50
System Identifier
12:51
Public Identifier & Formal Public Identifier
13:41
XML as Database
17:33
XML as Database: Root, Record, Fields, and Validation
17:34
XML Prolog
20:09
XML Prolog
20:10
VI. Namespaces
Namespaces

11m 23s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:39
Lesson Overview
0:40
Explanation of Namespaces
1:09
'table' Element In Two Doctypes
1:10
URI
3:30
URI
3:31
XHTML Namespace
5:18
XHTML Namespace
5:19
Example
6:06
Combined XML File with Namespaces
7:20
Combined XML File with Namespaces
7:21
In This Lesson
10:52
In This Lesson Review
10:53
VII. XML and XSLT
XML and XSLT

21m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
Lesson Overview
0:20
XSL
0:51
XML Stylesheet Language
0:52
XSL-FO: Format Object
1:03
XSLT: Transform
1:34
XSLT vs. CSS
1:52
Syntax
1:53
Intelligence
5:28
Example XSL Transformation
5:46
HTML Page and Creating an XSLT Template
5:47
XPATH
8:22
XPATH
8:23
XSL-For-Each
10:34
XSL-For-Each
10:35
XSL-Value-Of
12:08
XSL-Value-Of
12:09
XML File
19:10
XML File
19:11
XSL-Sort
19:24
XSL-Sort
19:25
In This Lesson
20:35
In This Lesson Review
20:36
VIII. XML Schema
XML Schema

11m 37s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Lesson Overview
0:19
What is a Schema?
0:50
What is a Schema?
0:51
Schema vs. DTD
1:35
Schema vs. DTD
1:36
Schema Example
2:43
Schemamessage.xml & Messageschema.xsd
2:44
Using Schema to Describe Document
8:26
In This lesson
11:06
In This lesson Review
11:07
IX. Office Open XML
Office Open XML

10m 55s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:42
Lesson Overview
0:43
ZIP
1:08
Lossless Compression Algorithm
1:09
ZIP-ing ZIPS
1:43
ZIP-ing ZIPS
1:44
Unzipping Word
2:24
Older Word Format vs. Newer Word Format
2:24
Unzipping Word Example
2:57
Office Open XML
5:00
XML Files Organized into Folders
5:01
In This Lesson
10:02
X. Google Earth & KML Files
Google Earth & KML Files

17m 15s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Lesson Overview
0:16
KML
1:00
Keyhole Markup Language
1:01
Placemarks
2:00
Setting Up a Placemark Using Google Earth
2:01
Adding HTML to Your KML
7:56
Character Entities: < and >
7:57
Coding Example
8:55
CDATA Sections
12:39
CDATA Sections Overview
12:38
Adding CDATA Sections to Your KML
13:55
In This Lesson
16:35
In This Lesson
16:36
XI. SVG
SVG

18m 25s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
1:11
Lesson Overview
1:12
SVG
1:39
Scalable Vector Graphics
1:40
Shapes
2:19
Rect, Circle, Ellipse, and Polygon
2:20
Fills
12:49
Colors and Gradients
12:50
Effects
13:13
Blur Effect Example
13:14
In This Lesson
17:50
In This Lesson
17:51
XII. History of XML
History of XML

20m 19s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Lesson Overview
0:16
SGML
0:45
Standard Generalized Markup Language
0:46
Charles Goldfarb
1:02
Once Document Collection & Three Non-Interoperable Applications
1:03
Generic Coding
2:27
Generic Coding & GML
2:28
Tim Berners-Lee
6:12
Internet, Markup, Hypertext and the World Wide Web
6:13
World Wide Web
8:07
URL
8:08
HTTP
8:53
HTML
9:11
Browser Wars
9:48
WorldWideWeb, Mosaic, Netscape, and Internet Explorer
9:49
HTML Versions
10:35
Custom Tags
10:35
HTML 2.0
12:36
HTML 3.0
13:46
XML
15:07
History of XML
15:08
HTML
17:51
HTML Version 4.01 and First Version of XHTML
17:52
In This Lesson
19:20
In This Lesson
19:21
XIII. Semantic Web
Semantic Web

14m 41s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:37
Lesson Overview
0:38
RDF Triples
1:02
RDF Triples
1:03
RDF Triples, Cont.
1:49
RDF Triples, Cont.
1:50
RDF Triples, Cont.
2:07
Subject, Predicate, and Object Example
2:08
RDF Triples: URI
2:48
Subject
2:49
Predicate
3:10
Object
3:55
RDF in XML
4:39
Example File
4:40
OWL
6:47
OWL Definition
6:48
OWL Example
7:42
OWL Example
7:43
OWL uses XML Schema
9:03
OWL uses XML Schema
9:04
RDFa
9:42
RDFa
9:43
Mircoformats
12:05
Mircoformats
12:06
In This Lesson
13:35
In This Lesson
13:36
XIV. RSS and Atom
RSS and Atom

8m 47s

Intro
0:00
Meaning of RSS
0:17
Meaning of RSS
0:18
Uses
1:16
Blog Readers and Custom Home Pages
1:17
Formats
3:25
Non-W3C RSS and W3C RSS
3:26
Atom
6:16
In This Lesson
8:05
In This Lesson
8:06
XV. Issues When Using XML
Issues When Using XML

19m 12s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:41
Lesson Overview
0:42
Differences Between XML and HTML
1:18
HTML
1:19
XML
2:18
Example: Images the HTML Way
3:24
Example: Images the HTML Way
3:25
Images the XML Way
6:00
Element and DTD, ATTLIST, ENTITY, and NOTATION
6:01
Coding Example
7:18
Text Encodings
11:08
Text Encodings
11:09
Encoding Declaration
12:59
Encoding Declarations
13:00
Media Types (MIME-Types)
14:55
Media Types (MIME-Types)
14:56
text/xml
16:57
text/xml
16:58
application/xml
17:26
application/xml
17:27
In This Lesson
18:37
In This Lesson
18:38
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Issues When Using XML

  • XML adoption can be hampered by confusion on the part of authors and programmers
  • Understanding of Media Types and Text Encoding can help ease confusion
  • While XML is similar to HTML, it does not possess the same built-in capabilities

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:41
    • Lesson Overview
  • Differences Between XML and HTML 1:18
    • HTML
    • XML
  • Example: Images the HTML Way 3:24
    • Example: Images the HTML Way
  • Images the XML Way 6:00
    • Element and DTD, ATTLIST, ENTITY, and NOTATION
    • Coding Example
  • Text Encodings 11:08
    • Text Encodings
  • Encoding Declaration 12:59
    • Encoding Declarations
  • Media Types (MIME-Types) 14:55
    • Media Types (MIME-Types)
  • text/xml 16:57
    • text/xml
  • application/xml 17:26
    • application/xml
  • In This Lesson 18:37
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