Thursday, March 11, 2010

XML.NET Developer's Guide

XML.NET Developer's Guide
Publisher: Syngress | ISBN: 1928994474 | edition 2002 | PDF | 593 pages | 13,5 mb

XML is one of the cornerstones of the .NET Framework. .NET aims to bridge the gap between desktop applications and online applications, and facilitate the communication of objects between the two. XML .NET Developer’s Guide will show you how to develop XML documents and applications for use within the .NET Framework.
1. Review the .NET Framework. Learn about the Common Language Runtime, .NET Security Services, Metadata, and System Services.
2. Learn the Components of Visual Studio.NET. Find coverage of the most useful features of VS.NET, including Server Explorer, Properties Explorer, Task List Explorer, IntelliSense, and more.
3. Build Well-Formed XML Documents. Learn the components of XML documents, and see how to transform XML through Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT).
4. Learn the Different XML DOM Levels. Understand how the multiple levels: DOM Level 1 Core, DOM Level 2 Core, DOM Range, DOM Traversal, and DOM XPath define interfaces...



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