0In the InformIT XML Reference Guide: DOM and Perl Perl was originally designed as a lnaguage for sorting through text, so it’s not surprising that it is a good fit for XML. In fact, there are multiple ways to handle XML using Perl, so in this section we’re going to look at manipulating DOM “objects” [...]
0Lately I’ve been giving serious thought to releasing a free eBook version of XML Primer Plus, so this paper by Cory Doctorow on the true nature of eBooks caught my attention. Plus, he’s released the paper under a Creative Commons license, so in the interest of making his words even more immortal, I’m going to [...]
0Robert Cringely was right on 12 of his 15 predictions for 2003, and now offers his predictions for 2004.
0Now updated on developerWorks: Integrating applications with Web services using WebSphere Studio V5.1.1: “This tutorial looks at making your application Web-services ready using WebSphere Studio’s tools to wrap an existing application as a Web service, announce it using a UDDI directory, and to discover and use Web services within your applications. It also looks at [...]
0In the InformIT XML Reference Guide: .NET and XMLReader In the world of XML, it’s natural to think of XML in terms of two contexts: DOM and SAX. DOM is flexible, in that it provides the ability to navigate around the document tree and make changes, but SAX is fast, in that it doesn’t load [...]