Xml is designed to transport and store data. It is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. Many application programming interfaces (APIs) have been developed to aid software developers with processing XML data, and several schema systems exist to aid in the definition of XML-based languages.


This course is designed for students proficient in HTML. No previous programming experience is required.

XML Course content

Introduction and Overview

» Why XML?
» Extending and Adopting Markup Languages
» From SGML to XML and XHTML
» Benefits and Drawbacks of XML
» Introducing the eXtensible Markup Language (XML)
» Notation and Metalanguage

XML Fundamentals

» Creating an XML Document
» Defining Structure
» Rules for Well-Formed and Valid XML
» Changing XML Documents

XML Syntax

» Tag Attributes and Naming Rules
» Empty and Non-Empty Elements
» Processing Instructions for XML
» Accessing Data from XML Elements

XML Document Type Definition (DTD)

» XML DTD as an XML Schema
» Creating a DTD
» Element Conditions and Quantifiers
» Referencing DTD Declarations
» Validating DTD Compliance

XML Schema Definition (XSD)

» Element and Attribute Declarations
» Simple, Complex, and Built-in Types
» Named and Anonymous Types
» Associating XML with a Schema
» Validating XSD Compliance

Publishing XML

» Stylesheet Languages
» Using Style Sheets with XML
» Page Layout with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
» CSS Syntax and Classes

Applying XML

» XML and Web Services
» HTML with XML
» XML and eCommerce
» Storing Binary Data in XML

Applying XML

» XML and Web Services
» HTML with XML
» XML and eCommerce
» Storing Binary Data in XML

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