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Java/XML: Parsing XML with JAXP (SAX, DOM standard APIs)
After, my post concerning the recommandation XSLT of XSL, here, I would present simple examples of parsing XML stream with the JAXP (Java APIs for XML Processing) API which is a common interface for creating, parsing and manipulating XML documents using the standard SAX, DOM and XSLTs. XML parsing XML has become indispensable in Information Systems Architectures and J2EE. Used as a ...more»
Java/XSL: Create XML stream / Add XML into XML with JAXP
After, my post concerning the recommandation XSLT of XSL, here, I would present an example of creating XML stream and adding it into another XML stream with JAXP (Java APIs for XML Processing). JAXP provides a common interface for creating, parsing and manipulating XML documents using the standard SAX, DOM and XSLTs. Main XML stream So, we have the following xml stream, ...more»
Java/XSL: XSLT with Xalan/JAXP
Here, a post to present briefly the recommandation XSL XSLT and some examples. This article is a part of a serie of posts concerning the XSL recommendations. From the W3C website about the The Extensible Stylesheet Language Family (XSL) http://www.w3.org/Style/XSL/: XSL is a family of recommendations for defining XML document transformation and presentation. It consists of three parts: XSL Transformations (XSLT): a language ...more»
HTML5/WEB: localStorage, sessionStorage, Persistence UserData
Hi, In this post, I will try to present you the HTML5 localStorage and sessionStorage, their differences, examples to illustrate our writes, the browser compatibility and another technologies Persistence UserData. Presentation: Advantage and difference LocalStorage and SessionStorage are new HTML5 technologies that allow to save data in the client (web browser), unlike to sessions "normal" which save the data in the server. These technologies ...more»
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