Tag Archives: xml

linuxlite (& xubuntu) xml editors

linuxlite (& xubuntu) csv & xml editors

vscode csv & xml extensions

if fact vscode has 100’s of extensions not only extensions for CSV and XML

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floss gnu/linux code folding editors

floss gnu/linux code folding editors that fold json, php and xml (alts for notepad++)

#XML Paper Specification (#XPS)

msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463373.aspx

The XML Paper Specification (XPS) provides users and developers with a robust, open and trustworthy format for electronic paper. The XML Paper Specification describes electronic paper in a way that can be read by hardware, read by software, and read by people. XPS documents print better, can be shared easier, are more secure and can be archived with confidence.

IBM DevWorks Android App Internet Data Tutorial

IBM DevWorks Android Internet Data Tutorial 

Many of your Android applications will need to interact with Internet data, which comes in a variety of formats. 

In this article, build an Android application that works with two popular data formats—XML and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)—as well as the more exotic protocol buffers format from Google. 

And you'll learn about the performance and coding trade-offs associated with each format.

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TIBCO Ajax General Interface JavaScript library

TIBCO General Interface JavaScript library

General Interface is an open source project focused on enabling rapid creation of reliable Ajax applications, components and portlets with the look and feel of desktop graphical user interface applications. General Interface is aligned with the industry movement towards HTTP data services. Accordingly General Interface is intended to communicate with XML, SOAP, JavaScript and other HTTP accessible services both at a simple level or as part of larger SOA implementation.

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UMLET UML XML format is easy to reverse engineer into !

The UMLET UML XML format is easy to reverse engineer into ! So if anyone is interested I might publish my PHP reverse engineering program into a GoogleCode subversion repository !

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Is JavaScript taking over from PHP ?

Aptana Jaxer & Mozilla now let you do loads of things "natively" that you used to have to do in PHP !

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Eclipse IDE, variants and add-ons

As well as the (IBM) Eclipse IDE I especially like Aptana Studio and Easy Eclipse variants.

Aptana because of its video tutorials available at aptana.tv and Easy Eclipse because of its extensive range of pre-packaged add-ons, plug-ins & extensions :

DB

PHP

SCM & Version Control

Markup & XML

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What is a Sitemap file and why should I have one ?

Site Map
In general, there are two types of sitemaps:

  1. The first type of sitemap is a HTML page listing the pages of your site – often by section – and is meant to help users find the information they need.
  2. The second type are XML Sitemaps – usually called Sitemaps, with a capital S – are a way for you to give search engines more information about your site.

See http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=40318

Site Map Index
If you have a lot of pages and only some change frequently then a sitemapindex file is useful

You can list the URLs that change frequently in a small number of Sitemaps and then use the lastmod tag in your Sitemap index file to identify those Sitemap files. Search engines can then incrementally crawl only the changed Sitemaps.

See http://www.sitemaps.org/faq.php#faq_submitting_changes

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Planning a Semantic Web site

This IBM developer works article discusses what you need to know to make your Web site part of the Semantic Web. It starts with a discussion of the problems the Semantic Web tries to solve and then moves to the technologies involved, such as Resource Description Framework (RDF), Web Ontology Language (OWL), and SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language (SPARQL). You'll see how the Semantic Web is layered on top of the existing Web. It then covers some issues that you want to know about when you plan a new Web site and also gives specific examples of how to use technologies like RDFa and Microformats to enable your existing Web site to become a part of the Semantic Web.

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