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Top XML Developers in the United States
I found this page to be very interesting as it assigns a quality to some of the top XML Developers, XML Consultants in the United States. Some XML Freelancers are making more than $266,000 USD per year.

Type: XML  #Views: 129  Category: Article    

REST Web Services Introduction
Web services are usually associated with SOAP. Using the REpresentational State Transfer architecture, you can also realize Web services.This article describes REST on the basis of an example and describes the ideas and concepts of REST.

Type: XML  #Views: 124  Category: Article    

Efficient XML Interchange Whitepaper
The IJIS Institute , a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, announces the release of a whitepaper on Efficient eXtensible Markup Language (XML) Interchange (EXI). The document is now available on the IJIS Institute’s web site at http://www.ijis.org/docs/WP/ijis_wp_itac_exi_20100125_final.pdf. The whitepaper, authored by the IJIS Institute’s Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC), identifies EXI as an emerging technology applicable to integrated justice and public safety data sharing in the context of the Justice Reference Architecture (JRA) and the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM). In essence, EXI is a compact binary representation of XML that leverages existing XML technologies, such as schemas, rather than replace them with another format or methodology. It addresses the increased need for efficient or binary XML resulting from the increased use of XML. XML has gained significant use and adoption within many information technology-related fields; integrated justice and public safety are no exception. EXI was identified as an efficient XML solution through of the extensive and open process that was used by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This W3C effort was performed by the XML Binary Characterization Working Group and later by the EXI Working Group.

Type: XML  #Views: 71  Category: Article    

ANSI SQL Transparent XML Structured Data Multipath Hierarchical Processing with Dynamic Output
This comprehensive fifty page resource introduces a number of problems with the current ANSI SQL integration of native XML that are preventing the full use of this SQL driven technology. It puts forth an advanced working solution based on ANSI SQL's natural multipath hierarchical processing of structured data by eliminating navigational processing required for semistructured data which is not a requirement for SQL processing. This paper explains how this previously unrealized natural multipath capability is utilized to solve current SQL/XML problems seamlessly and naturally at a transparent fully dynamic hierarchical processing level. This also enables advanced new structured data processing capabilities that produce correct XML results automatically for on-demand dynamic structured output suitable for new applications such as dynamic XML publishing. A major portion of this paper is actual examples produced from an online dynamic interactive ANSI SQL transparent XML hierarchical processor which have been annotated to indicate their processing.

Type: XML  #Views: 168  Category: Resource    

Save time with quick and easy XML validation
Easy and convenient XML validation with XML ValidatorBuddy. With this tool you can start to check your XML files immediately after the installation even from the Windows File Explorer. The installation includes Xerces and supports other popular XML parsers. With ValidatorBuddy you can also validate your huge XML files (multi GB). A batch mode allows to validate mutiple files at once. XML ValidatorBuddy makes even Schematron validation quick and easy.

Type: XML  #Views: 2172  Category: Tool    

XMLBlueprint XML Editor 7.0 is released
Monkfish XML Software has released version 7.0 of XMLBlueprint XML Editor for the Windows platform, priced at US $85 per license. Version 7 supports Code Folding, Schematron, and MSXML6 for better error messages. For a complete list of new features please visit: www.xmlblueprint.com/what-is-new.htm. About XMLBlueprint XML Editor XMLBlueprint XML Editor is a value-priced and powerful XML editor for the Windows platform. The occasional user will enjoy its speed and ease-of-use. Power users will appreciate its high-quality XML support, such as context-sensitive XML completion and validation of schemas and XML documents against any schema. All major schema types are supported (DTD, Relax NG, Schematron, XML Schema). Users can easily create, edit and run an XSLT Stylesheet and preview the transformation result. Users can configure XMLBlueprint XML Editor to work with any 3rd party XML validator or XSLT processor. Users can add and run additional tools to further enhance XMLBlueprint's functionality. Using the XPath Evaluator, users can visually analyze, test, and debug XPath expressions. A real-time outline displaying the elements in the XML document provides quick access to the various parts of the document. Users can collaboratively edit and manage files on remote Web servers via FTP, HTTP, HTTPS (secure HTTP) and WebDAV. The built-in directory tree helps the user to quickly locate and open files. MacOS, UNIX and Windows file formats are automatically recognized. XMLBlueprint XML Editor fully supports the Unicode UTF-8 and UTF-16 standards on all Windows versions, including Windows '98. This allows the user to edit files for the Asian/Pacific and Eastern European regions. Availability and Pricing XMLBlueprint XML Editor runs under Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows '98, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 (including 64-bits edititions), costs US $85, and may be purchased securely online at: www.xmlblueprint.com/buy.htm. The price includes free e-mail technical support and free updates until the next major release. A 10 days free trial version may be downloaded from: www.xmlblueprint.com/download.htm. About Monkfish XML Software Monkfish XML Software is based in Soest, the Netherlands. For more information about XMLBlueprint, contact us by sending e-mail to [email protected] or visit our website at www.xmlblueprint.com.

Type: XML  #Views: 1909  Category: Press Release    

XML Standards Library
A library of XML Standards, with Html documentation and schema diagrams. Includes Google Sitemap, Open GIS, FpML, XHTML, MathML and many more

Type: XML  #Views: 1083  Category: Website    

One click W3C Schema documentation
Learn how you can generate pretty HTML based documentation for any W3C schema with a single-click directly from the Windows File Explorer with XML ValidatorBuddy 2.5

Type: XML  #Views: 827  Category: Tool    

Ecrion - XF Ultrascale 2008
XF Ultrascale 2008 is a high-volume, high-speed solution for generating a wide range of communication materials from XML. It can process documents of any size and paginate content at a rate of thousands of pages per minute, making it the fastest XML formatter in the world. Among the primary benefits of XF Ultrascale we can mention: Very fast processing engine. With XF Ultrascale you can easily achieve rates of 50 pages per second; High concurrency applications (Web sites) will scale better due to the low memory foot print (typically less than 100 Mb); Tested with huge documents, ensures stability and reliability during processing of large jobs; Helps you maximize your investment in the latest generation of multi-core CPUs by using a formatting engine designed to take advantage of these new technologies.

Type: XML  #Views: 1084  Category: Tool    

SQLfX® New ANSI SQL Transparent XML Hierarchical Processor Demo
SQLfX®’s ANSI SQL transparent and navigationless XML hierarchical processor is now available in our new interactive online live demo. It uses stored query's, you can modify them if you want, or try your own query's. Full hierarchical structures are transparently and navigationlessly accessed using standard SQL with no XML centric syntax or functions. This is the SQL/XML technology they don't want you to know about.

Type: XML  #Views: 973  Category: Tool    

XPath Navigation Holding Back the SQL/XML Database Industry
This article was published on Ken North’s SQL Summit Site, Jan 18, 2008. It identifies the advantages that are gained from navigationless XML access and processing for XML databases. XML was designed for markup with its hierarchical relationships that exceed standard database hierarchical relationships and principles. Standard database processing with its more limited standard hierarchical relationships and rigid hierarchical principles can be processed without manual user navigation allowing it to support more complex full multi-leg hierarchical processing. This article explains these additional capabilities.

Type: XML  #Views: 896  Category: Article    

Syncro Soft announces the integration of oXygen(R) XML Editor with the Intel(R) XML Software Suite.
Develop your XML applications quickly using the Intel XML Software Suite within oXygen XML editor. oXygen XML Editor version 9.2 users you can benefit of a special offer from Intel. Release date: June 5, 2008 Syncro Soft is pleased to announce that starting with oXygen XML Editor version 9.2, the Intel(R) XML Software Suite features for XML, XML Schema and XSLT can be easily used to develop XML application from within the oXygen XML development environment. The Intel XML Software Suite delivers outstanding XML processing performance, great scalability across multi-processing environments and easy integration into the existing XML applications, providing higher return on your XML and SOA investments. The Intel XML Software Suite is fully compliant with industry standards and optimized to take advantage of Intel platform technologies. The Intel XML Software Suite provides comprehensive XML processing capabilities including XSLT, Parsing (SAX and DOM), XPath and Schema Validation. oXygen XML Editor is a complete cross platform XML editor providing the tools for visual XML authoring, XML conversion, XML Schema, DTD, Relax NG and Schematron development, XPath, XSLT, XQuery debugging, SOAP and WSDL testing, access and query of XML databases. oXygen is available both as a standalone application and as an Eclipse plugin. The support for the Intel XML Software Suite is available in both editions thus not only the users of the oXygen as a standalone product can benefit of this but also the large number of Eclipse developers, they can use the Intel XML Software Suite engines to develop their applications within Eclipse. "Intel is excited to have the oXygen XML Editor support the Intel(R) XML Software Suite. As XML developers are looking to deliver XML and SOA applications, the adoption of the Intel XML Software Suite will bring unparalleled performance right out of the box. As Intel continues to enhance the Intel XML Software Suite, the users of oXygen will be able to extract new benefits seamlessly. This is a "win-win" for customers of both companies." said David Hinz, Director, XML Software Products at Intel Corporation. "In today's demanding world using the best tools is a must to reach deadlines and to rapidly adapt to changing requirements and oXygen XML IDE provides exactly that. It was a great opportunity for us to work closely with Intel in making available a unique, integrated solution for developing XML applications using the high performance Intel(R) XML Software Suite engines and the powerful oXygen XML Editor IDE" said Stefan Vasile, the Syncro Soft CEO. We are glad to announce a special offer for oXygen XML Editor 9 users. Intel offers one *free* copy of either the Intel(R) XML Software Suite 1.0 for Java* Environments on Windows* OS - Developer Edition or the Intel(R) XML Software Suite 1.0 for Java* Environments on Linux* OS - Developer Edition to oXygen XML editor version 9.2 users, a $499 value! This is a limited time offer, good through August 31st, 2008. For a quick overview of how easy it is to use the Intel XML Software Suite within oXygen please see the following video demonstration: http://www.oxygenxml.com/demo/intel/intel.html About Intel Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com. About Syncro Soft Syncro Soft is a privately held software company founded in 1998 with a large area of expertise in XML technologies: XML Schema, Relax NG, Schematron, XSLT, XPath and XQuery. The main product Oxygen XML Editor provides the best coverage of the today XML technologies; it complies with the established standards released by W3C and other organisations and enhances developer productivity through an intuitive and innovative XML IDE. Syncro Soft is a member of the W3C. Another product developed by Syncro Soft is Syncro SVN Client: http://www.syncrosvnclient.com. oXygen is a registered trademark of Syncro Soft in the U.S and other countries. Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Any other trademarks or service marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners. SOURCE: Syncro Soft Ltd [email protected] http://www.oxygenxml.com/

Type: XML  #Views: 1798  Category: Press Release    

Working with XML files step-by-step
This new page shows how to work with XML files. Common tasks are shown as step-by-step descriptions.

Type: XML  #Views: 2555  Category: Website    

View and edit large XML files
The page shows how to view and edit really large (multi gigabyte) XML files.

Type: XML  #Views: 2111  Category: Tool    

XML Sitemap Ping Tool
By: Michael Jensen All the major search engines (Google, Yahoo!, MSN/Live, and Ask) use the XML Sitemaps protocol for getting URLs from websites.

Type: XML  #Views: 2392  Category: Article    

XML-RPC ping endpoint in C# and ASP.NET
All blog platforms send out pings using the XML-RPC protocol whenever a new post is created or an old one is updated. It is very simple to send out XML-RPC pings using C#, because it is just a normal HTTP request with some XML in the request body.

Type: XML  #Views: 1993  Category: Article    

XML Workshop XIX - Generating an ATOM 1.0 Feed
Continuing on with his amazing series on XML, SQL Server MVP Jacob Sebastian shows us how to use XML in SQL Server 2005 to generate an ATOM feed.

Type: XML  #Views: 1013  Category: Article    

LINQ to XML
LINQ to XML provides an in-memory XML programming interface that leverages the .NET Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) Framework. LINQ to XML uses the latest .NET Framework language capabilities and is comparable to an updated, redesigned Document Object Model (DOM) XML programming interface. The LINQ family of technologies provides a consistent query experience for objects (LINQ), relational databases (LINQ to SQL), and XML (LINQ to XML). For more information about LINQ and LINQ to XML, see the Project LINQ Web Site. This site contains white papers about the LINQ project and related technologies. For more information and news about LINQ to XML and other Microsoft XML technologies, see the XML Team Blog.

Type: XML  #Views: 1161  Category: Article    

W3C XML 10 Years
On 10 February 1998, W3C published Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation. W3C would like to thank the dedicated communities -- including people who have participated in W3C's XML groups and mailing lists, the SGML community, and xml-dev -- whose efforts have created a successful family of technologies based on the solid XML 1.0 foundation.

Type: XML  #Views: 926  Category: Article    

White Paper: What's New for XML in SQL Server 2008
Microsoft introduced XML-related capabilities in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with the FOR XML and OPENXML Transact-SQL keywords, which enabled developers to write Transact-SQL code to retrieve a query result as a stream of XML and to shred an XML document into a rowset. SQL Server 2005 extended these XML capabilities significantly with the introduction of a native xml data type that supports XSD schema validation, XQuery-based operations, and XML indexing. SQL Server 2008 builds on the XML capabilities of previous releases and provides enhancements to meet the challenges that customers have faced when storing and manipulating XML data in the database. Included in This Document Introduction The Evolution of SQL Server XML Capabilities XML Functionality in SQL Server 2000 XML Functionality in SQL Server 2005 XML Functionality in SQL Server 2008 XML Schema Validation Enhancements Lax Validation Support Full xs:datetime Support Union and List Types XQuery Enhancements XML DML Enhancements Conclusion

Type: XML  #Views: 2103  Category: Article    

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