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In 1970 IBM Introduced SGML
In this tutorial you will
This paper will identify XML
Learn how to build live XML
(Standard Generalized Markup
learn about Elements,
and XSLT as ideal tools for
data-driven Web solutions by
Language). SGML was
Anatomy of tags, Tag naming
separating content and
editing and presenting live
developed out of the General
rules, Invalid tags, Valid
presentation, and show how
XML data on the Web, making
Markup Language (GML), which
tags, Root and child
these technologies can be
the data available for easy,
was developed by IBM in the
elements, Attributes, When
used to overcome the
wide consumption. See how
late 1960s. SGML is a
Do I use Attributes?
inherent difficulties
you can create Web pages
semantic and structural
Entities, Character data
associated with the
with live views on XML data
language for text documents
sections, Comments and
presentation of data to
from a range of data sources
but is very complicated.
Processing instructions.
devices with limited
including XML data from
HTML is a subset of SGML.
Office documents,
In 1996 XML Working Group
spreadsheets, and XML forms,
was formed under W3C .The
XML from OLEDB databases,
World Wide Web Consortium
XML Web services, and data
(W3C) is an international
from SharePoint lists, and
consortium where Member
doc libraries.
organizations, a full-time
staff, and the public work
together to develop Web
standards . W3C was created
by Tim Berners-Lee in 1994
who also invented the World
Wide Web in 1989. In 1998
W3C introduced XML 1.0.

Date: May, 25 2006

Date: May, 25 2006

Date: Sep, 17 2003

Date: Aug, 26 2003
This is the first installment
of "Working XML",
a column with companion
project code that
demonstrates the evolution
of full-fledged XML
applications. This column
introduces XM (XSLT Make), a
simple and affordable Web
content-management solution
that takes advantage of XML
and XSLT. Code samples show
the development of a wrapper
for the XSLT to make it easy
for a nonprogrammer to use.
XM project code is available
by link.

Date: Jul, 25 2001
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