Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding XML formats, part of Real-World XML.
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We have now reached the point in the course where we have seen enough and…learned enough to design our own XML format. Before we do that, I'm going to…show you an example of where we are going to be using our XML format and why we…are going to be designing it.…So let me switch over to the browser here for a moment. Here I'm in a browser…and we are looking at a fictitious company called Teacloud. Teacloud is a…website and company that people go to to learn about teas and brewing teas.…
It's basically all about tea.…In addition to being a destination site to learn about tea, Teacloud has a…product catalog and they sell products online. So we are going to switch over…to the Our Products section. You can see here that there are two different…categories of products that they have. They have Kettles & Teapots and they…have Teacloud Teas.…So here in the Kettles & Teapots section, you can see that there's a table of…products here and each one has a picture along with the name and a price and…there's a description to go along with each.…
XML Essential Training is a prerequisite for getting the most out of this course.
- Understanding the Sitemap index format
- Integrating XML and design
- Using XML effectively in Firefox and Internet Explorer
- Avoiding common design mistakes
- Understanding and implementing DOM algorithms
- Building an XML tag set
- Using XML with RSS and Atom
- Processing XML data with XSLT
Skill Level Intermediate
ActionScript 3.0: Working with XMLwith Todd Perkins2h 27m Intermediate
InDesign CS5: Dynamic Publishing Workflows in XMLwith Jim Maivald3h 33m Intermediate
1. The XML Landscape
2. Real-World XML Formats
Enriching the RSS feed7m 48s
4. Designing and Implementing an XML Format
5. Real-World DOM Algorithms
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