Validate your XML documents against DTDs, or XML Schemas. This video will show you how to do it in XMLSpy. Automatically create valid XML documents based on DTDs or XML Schemas.
MapForce includes support for the two most popular EDI formats, UN/EDIFACT and ANSI X12. In this how-to video, you'll learn how to use MapForce to map and convert data between EDI messages (X12 and UN/EDIFACT) and XML, databases, or text files. Learn to map EDI data with this how-to.
Altova XMLSpy 2007 includes powerful viewing and editing tools that simplify the creation and editing of XML documents for your markup languages. This video will show you the general rules on how to use XMLSpy for XML programming.
Watch this video to learn how to design an XSLT stylesheet to transform XML or database data into HTML, PDF, or Word documents. XSLT programming just doesn't get any easier than with StyleVision.
Edit XSLT 1.0 and 2.0 stylesheets with intelligent entry-helpers, debug your stylesheets, and profile them for optimization. This video will help you with all of your XML and XSLT editing in XMLSpy.
Need to do some markup language with some XML editing? Well, check out this video on working with the XML Schema in XMLSpy.
This instructional video shows you how to make a RSS ("Really Simple Syndication") feed using the free program RSS builder. RSS is a script that can be put up on a website that other users can subscribe to in order to get notified when the website gets updated. The xml code behind creating RSS feeds is explained. The code should be entered as shown and the file should be saved as "feed.xml" and upload it to a web server. Go to the URL mentioned, download and install RSS builder. Launch the pr...
MapForce supports flat files as the source and/or target of any mapping involving XML, database, EDI, web services or other flat file data. In this how-to, you'll find instructions for mapping data from arbitrary text files (such as log files, CSV, fixed-width, and other legacy data sources) to databases and XML files.
In this clip, you'll learn how to create dynamic playlists for directories of MP3s with PHP. Whether you're new to the PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or are a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look
In this clip, you'll learn how to render XML from a MySQL database with PHP. Whether you're new to the PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or are a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look
Working with both Macs and PCs covers all bases, but it also adds new problems. If you fall into this category, you probably work with file formats that are not incompatible with the other computers. One of these file types in XML files. This tutorial will show you how to open XML on your Mac.
In this clip, you'll learn how to render dynamic XML files with PHP loops. Whether you're new to the PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or are a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look
In this clip, you'll learn how to create an XML document and import it into a Flash app. With a little know-how, it's easy. So easy, in fact, that this video guide can offer a complete overview of the process in a matter of a few minutes. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Designing a data mapping project in MapForce? The output functions in MapForce let you preview textual or XML output, save it to disk, or look at SQL statements for database output before committing them to the database server. Learn how in this tutorial.
Watch this video tutorial to learn how to use the XML schema tools, which enable you to create, visualize, and edit XML schema in NetBeans 6.0. With these tools, you can visualize relationships between schema elements and use queries to find usages. You will also learn how you can easily create XML schemas by example. You will see how to navigate large schemas in the Design View, and you will learn how to visualize and edit multiple file schemas.
Learn in this video how to use XMLSpy to create and edit XQuery documents, debug them and profile execution speed and bottlenecks, and execute them against local XML data or XML stored on a database server. XML editing can't get easier then this.
Desire to be an XML editor/programmer? This video will help you. You'll learn how to edit, analyze, and debug XPath expressions with XMLSpy.
If you want to do some easy XML editing, then this markup language video is the one to watch, for XMLSpy. The graphical WSDL editor allows developers to design the interface for Web Services in an intuitive manner.
Need to debug some exisiting net services? Well, check this video out for how to do some basic XML editing in XMLSpy.
Check out this SEO video tutorial on how to create and submit an XML sitemap with some free tools from the Internet. You'll find out about using an XML sitemap as a substitution for a robot.txt file, whether submitting an XML sitemap will increase your page rank, and more. You can't get a better search engine optimization tutorial than this.
This XML video tutorial will show you how to bind an XML file in MXML in about ten lines. First you'll want to create a Flex project in Adobe Macromedia Flex Builder 2, then create an assets folder and a new XML file in MXML. Coding doesn't get any easier than this. Just watch and learn.
Check out this video tutorial on how to generate an Excel worksheet using XML. There's a free library from CarlosAG.net, and you need to get the free dll file from there. This video will show you how to use it. You need to use CreateExcelFile in Microsoft Visual Studio to use the XML. You will need to use Microsoft Excel 2003 or 2007 to open this file.