Institute for Advanced Professional Studies
XML Parsing Using C# and .NET
XML Parsing Course Overview:
This two-day, hands-on course enables participants to write programs that retrieve, modify, and delete XML data in the most effective way, use the .NET System.Xml DOM classes, develop XML applications in .NET, and select the best parsing method to meet an application program's requirements.
The different types of XML parsing available for .NET application development are compared in detail, and the .NET Framework and XML classes found in the System namespace, are surveyed.
The course examines the different parsing methodologies available from Microsoft, presents an overview of XML technologies in the .NET Framework, and enables participants to use the .NET Framework classes for efficiently traversing XML streams. The course enables participants to apply the XMLReader classes and the many properties and methods available to create fast parsing applications.
The course details each of the Reader classes and discusses the differences between each, including XmlValidatingReader that enables the validation of an XML document for a DTD or a schema.
Participants use the XMLTextWriter class and the different methods available for creating an XML stream and sending it to another application. The Document Object Model (DOM) specified by the World Wide Web Consortium is reviewed in detail.
Numerous programming examples and exercises are provided, including a fully-developed case study that illustrates the use of XML in an eCommerce application. Participants will receive a comprehensive set of materials, including detailed course notes and soft copy of all the programming examples and lab exercises.
XML Workshop Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
IAPS can customize XML, C# and .NET training to address specific project requirements and achieve organizational objectives.
The course is for experienced C# programmers who wish to become competent at parsing XML in a .NET environment.
Participants should be able to read and write well-formed XML and to read a DTD. A working knowledge of C# programming in the .NET Framework is required.
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