XML Tutorial Summary
You've just reached the end of this XML tutorial — Congratulations!
We've covered a lot in this tutorial. Here's a recap on what we've covered:
- We learned what XML is and what it is used for
- We learned how to write XML documents and view them in our web browser
- We learned how to change the way our XML documents appear in our web browser
- We learned what a DTD is and how to write them
- We learned how to declare a DTD within our XML documents
- We learned what XSL is and how to transform our XML documents with XSLT
- We learned what a XPath is and how it is used in conjunction with XSLT
- We learned lots of the nitty gritty details in between!
Since XML assists in storing and transferring data between different applications and computers across networks, it is well suited in the world of the web. Many websites are incorporating XML into their websites or web-based corporate applications.
Therefore, if you're interested in this area, you'd be well placed to learn as much as you can about web related technologies. Here are some tutorials on various web technologies you might find useful:
- HTML tutorial
- CSS tutorial
- ColdFusion tutorial
- Database tutorial
- SQL tutorial
- SQL Server tutorial