XML Tutorial

XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. It is used to transport and store data. It is platform-independent and language independent. It is widely used in web-services. It is designed to transport and store data. It has user executive tags i.e. no pre-defined tags like HTML. It is platform independent and language independent language.

Index Title
Tutorial Features of XML
Tutorial HTML vs XML
Tutorial Syntax
Tutorial XML Technologies
Tutorial XML Documents
Tutorial XML Comments
Tutorial XML Tags
Tutorial XML Processing
Tutorial XML Validation
Tutorial XML DTD
Tutorial XML CSS
Tutorial XML Schema
Tutorial XML DOM
Tutorial DTD vs XSD
Tutorial XML Namespace
Tutorial XML Database
Tutorial XML Parser

XML Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>      
<emails>      
<email>      
        <to>Ajay</to>      
        <from>Arun</from>      
        <heading>Hello</heading>      
        <body>Hello brother, Good morning!</body>      
</email>      
<email>      
        <to>Abhay</to>      
        <from>Amit</from>      
        <heading>New year wish</heading>      
        <body>Happy New Year Abhay</body>      
</email>      
<email>      
        <to>Raj</to>      
        <from>Priya</from>      
        <heading>Morning walk</heading>      
        <body>Please start morning walk to stay fit!</body>      
</email>      
<email>      
        <to>Kunal</to>      
        <from>Krishna</from>      
        <heading>Health Tips</heading>      
        <body>Smoking is injurious to health!</body>      
</email>      
</emails>

Prerequisite

To learn XML, you must have the knowledge of computer fundamentals only.

Audience

This XML tutorial is written to help beginners and professionals both.



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