This text attempts to demystify the relationship between XML and SQL and show how to integrate them to solve problems neither can solve alone.
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"Dan's book provides something that the formal standards and development manuals sorely lack: a context that helps developers understand how to use XML in their own projects."
--Tim Kientzle, Independent Software Consultant
XML and SQL: Developing Web Applications is a guide for Web developers and database programmers interested in building robust XML applications backed by SQL databases. It makes it easier than ever for Web developers to create and manage scalable database applications optimized for the Internet.
The author offers an understanding of the many advantages of both XML and SQL and provides practical information and techniques for utilizing the best of both systems. The book explores the stages of application development step by step, featuring a real-world perspective and many examples of when and how each technology is most effective.
Specific topics covered include:
Throughout this book, numerous concrete examples illustrate how to use each of these powerful technologies to circumvent the other's limitations. If you want to use the best part of XML and SQL to create robust, data-centric systems then there is no better resource than this book.
Daniel K. Appelquist is an independent technology consultant specializing in content management and e-business strategy. While at TheStreet.com, he built a content management solution using XML and SQL and then went on to be CTO for TheStreet.co.uk. At E-Doc, he built SGML-based solutions for publishers such as John Wiley & Sons and Macmillan Press to put journals such as Cancer and Nature online. He has spoken at Seybold, Xtech, and other events, and has been active on the Advisory Committee of the W3C and in the Open Group's Mobile Management Forum. In addition, he has served as an advisory member of the ICE protocol group and is on the Advisory Board of Kinecta Corporation.
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