Monday 19th September, 2011
12:00am to 12:00am
XML makes it possible to store content in a standardized format that can be converted to a variety of output media using a broad choice of technologies. Most of these technologies build on related W3C standards with both commercial and open source tools support. XSLT lets you define a transformation of a set of documents into a particular format, so that three XSLT stylesheets could create published products from the same content for three different media. The XQuery language lets you pull subsets of XML content from huge repositories, so that XML databases that support XQuery can (among other things) provide dynamic publications customized for different customers.
The classes in this course will show you what you need to put XSLT and XQuery to work, as we look at efficient and effective development practices, how to write test-driven XSLT applications, and where XSLT, XQuery, and related technologies best fit into the application architecture of a larger system.
Because the “Hands-on Introduction to XML” course will provide introductory material on XSLT and XQuery, classes in this course will focus on helping existing XSLT and/or XQuery developers get the most out of their code and their development time.
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