XML programming course for beginners with examples.
This XML tutorial aims to get you started with the foundations of XML development.
Did you know that if you google "XML" it returns more than 500.000.000 results? That's more than what you get by googling "NBA"...
You can improve your programming skills and curriculum vitae with a small effort by completing this course in just a few hours.
In this course we will go through all the main concepts needed to understand and write XML documents. At the end of the course you will be able to compose XML documents that comply with the requisites of your software projects: web projects, web services, desktop applications, Android projects, Big Data projects, etc.
The course avoids the use of a theoretical perspective and focuses in teaching the theory by using a practical approach in the form of examples.
Also, the fact that the course is shorter than five hours means that you will achieve an intermediate knowledge of XML in less than five hours! It would be a nice addition to your curriculum vitae, wouldn't it?
Let me give you a heads up and let you know that I will be adding content over time so the added value of the course will grow... and so will it's price!
And of course, I will be answering any doubt you may have so that you can start composing valid XML documents ASAP!
What are you waiting for? Join the course now and improve your programming skills in less than five hours!!
Topics covered by Feb 2nd 2016:
- XML Syntax
- Well formed documents
- General Entities
- Parameter Entities
- Tools: XML Spy
[Updated: Feb 18th 2016]
- Added lecture: Data Types in XML
[Updated: March 19th 2016]
- Added resources: Sample XML Files to download
[Updated: April 11th 2016]
- Added lecture: Installation of the free XML editor we will use in the course
[Updated: April 15th 2016]
- New section +4 new lectures: XSLT Transformation
[Updated: August 20th 2016]
- New section + 8 new lectures: Job Interview Questions
- New section: Real Life Applications Of XML
- 2 New lectures: XML In Android Development
[Updated: November 26th 2016]
- New section + 9 new lectures: XQuery Fundamentals