This module provides students with an overview of the principal technologies
associated with XML. The aim is to provide students with the big picture so that
they realize how all the pieces of the XML jigsaw fit together.
Apart from cascading style sheets (CSS) and Document Type Definitions
(DTDs), all the topics introduced in this module are revisited in greater depth in
subsequent modules. Therefore, there is no need to discuss topics exhaustively
Introductory chapters are typically pretty easy to write. In most books, you give an overview
of the technology covered, explain a few basics, and try and get the reader interested.
However, for this second edition of Java and XML, things aren't so easy. In the first edition,
there were still a lot of people coming to XML, or skeptics wanting to see if this new type of
markup was really as good as the hype. Over a year later, everyone is using XML in hundreds
of ways. In a sense, you probably don't need an introduction. But I'll give you an idea of
what's going to...
Upon completion of this lesson, the successful participant will be able to: Describe role-based development, describe the WebSphere Studio family of tools, State the role of WebSphere Studio Workbench in the WebSphere Studio tools, describe basic features of WebSphere Studio application developer, describe the major sets of tooling provided by WebSphere Studio Application Developer.
This module provides students with an overview of the Extensible Markup
Language (XML) and its related technologies, as well as a high-level overview
of the XML support in Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Use XML to represent business data.
Format an XML document by referencing an Extensible Stylesheet
Language (XSL) style sheet.
Use XML Path Language (XPath) expressions in XSL programming.
List the XML features in SQL Server 2000.
Describe the SQL Server 2000 XML architecture....
This module provides participants with an introduction to Extensible Markup
Language Path Language (XPath). This module is not an in-depth technical
module. Rather, it is designed to give an overview of the breadth of XPath
capabilities and enough technical examples to illustrate why XPath is a very
important part of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) technology set.
Assumes you know nothing about XML or
XML based technologies.
Provides a basic introduction to XML
Demonstrates some of the basics of
working with the DOM, XSLT, Schema,
WSDL, and SOAP.
This book presents the latest achievements and developments in the field of video surveillance. The chapters selected for this book comprise a cross-section of topics that reflect a variety of perspectives and disciplinary backgrounds. Besides the introduction of new achievements in video surveillance, this book also presents some good overviews of the state-of-the-art technologies as well as some interesting advanced topics related to video surveillance.
This is an overview module. The instructional strategy depends on the quality
of your lecture. Be prepared to carefully and quickly explain the ideas presented
here. You have less than an hour to complete this module, so present each slide
without lingering on any particular topic. The modules that follow this one
discuss each issue in more depth.