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  • As defined via the authors, the target of this e-book is the idea of a mixture of thoughts, notations, and strategies for the development of data-intensive internet purposes, that are utilized by internet improvement groups to help all of the actions of the appliance lifecycle, from research to deployment and evolution.The authors do so objective, and supply a simple to learn, yet extra importantly, a simple to keep on with set of directions, equipment, and examples to lead programmers in relocating to the data-intensive functions that the extra dynamic internet and portal applied sciences require. The books mix and extension of recognized modeling ideas in a brand new constellation, to create a brand new software program engineering method, might end up to be its significant contribution. The creativity of the combo of options to shape a mode is awesome, as is the books effortless pedagogic sort. A conceptual modeling language, internet Markup Language (WebML) is brought within the textual content. This language follows the entity-relationship (E-R) version and common Markup Language (UML) syntax, and therefore can be ordinary for these conversant in E-R and UML. This language is used to lead the reader in specifying and designing an internet program, together with standards specification, info layout, and hypertext layout. a knowledge in depth internet program is a website that accesses and keeps quite a lot of established info. most modern sites and rising program websites are of this nature. 4 significant sections are inside the booklet. the 1st part is a expertise evaluate that offers the reader a simple origin in net program software program. versions for designing internet purposes are coated within the moment part, which covers the E-R modeling instruments and UML in a truly readable manner that results in the advent of hypertext and content material modeling. part three covers the layout of those versions, and the advance of those types into anything that may be applied. ultimately, the final part covers implementation ideas, beginning with an structure for developing such implementations. The textual content is gifted in a transparent and intensely effortless to appreciate variety. Examples abound. The booklet is meant should you desire to examine those strategies so as to practice them in internet and portal functions. The authors point out that this publication should be used as a textual content for a path in website design. For the practitioner who has a uncomplicated knowing of knowledge structures, this article will be a truly concise and worthy e-book to aid create and record functions. If used as an undergraduate textual content for an optionally available, this publication may provide scholars with a truly beneficial set of sound modeling suggestions, software program engineering ideas, and top practices for very important platforms at the moment in improvement the world over. The applicability of those software program engineering and modeling ideas to facts extensive websites with dependent and unstructured info is clear, so long as there's dependent metadata linked to the unstructured facts. hence, it should look this booklet has major functional worth to all these developing sites, neighborhood conversation websites, and portal applications,and within the production of websites within the foreseeable destiny. --E.A. Unger, ACM Communications

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The best approach to displaying an XML d o c u m e n t is to transform it into another document, encoded using a presentation-oriented markup language such as HTML. The transformation of XML documents is supported by the eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). XSL is a language for writing pattern-matching rules, similar to the rules of HTML 4 cascading style sheets. An XSL rule contains a m a t c h i n g part, for Chapter One: Technologies for Web Applications 28 selecting the target XML elements, and an action part, to transform or format the matched elements.

The acceptable values are "paperback" and "hardback", with "paperback" as the default (line 38). Like DTDs, XML schemas can be placed inside the XML d o c u m e n t or in a separate file, referenced inside the document. 2 Presenting XML Documents Using XSL XML is a platform-independent standard for describing and exchanging data, and n o t a m a r k u p language for presenting m u l t i m e d i a hypertext on the Web. The intended uses of XML cover a variety of applications, including electronic data exchange, d o c u m e n t storage and transformation, d o c u m e n t exchange in e-commerce and B2B transactions, and more.

ELEMENT part The above rules declare seven elements: book, publ i s h i ng, t i t l e, edi t o r , a u t h o r , c h a p t e r , and p a r t . Element book has a complex content model: it m a y contain a sequence of subelements, denoted by the comma-separated list of element names. " symbol) subelement of type edi t o r , one or more (denoted by the "+" symbol) subelements of type a u t h o r , and zero or more (denoted by the "*" symbol) chapters or parts. Chapters and parts are in alternative (denoted by the "1" symbol): either the book is organized in parts or in chapters.

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