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This is a program for an introductory XML course. It is based on my course at Webster University, Geneva. This is not the official syllabus nor the official program. See the (closed) World classroom (Canvas).

1 Program

We shall introduce roughly one topic per week. Also see the complete official syllabus for an overview.

Course level outcomes:

1.Create and validate XML documents
2.Use DTD, namespaces and schemas
3.Bind XML data with a browser (cancelled, since this old proprietary technology)
4.Become familiar with XML Editors
5.Format XML documents with CSS and XSLT
6.Apply the basics of XML DOM (only the principle, since I can't teach XML parsing in an 8-week COAP class)

2 Grading

3 Teaching materials

See the weekly programs for slides, textbook chapters and other resources.

Lectures notes
PDF Version of the most important wiki pages
Textbook chapters are taken from the following two books
  • Erik T. Ray (2003), Learning XML, Second Edition, O’Reilly, ISBN 0-596-00420-6
  • Elliotte Rusty Harold and W. Scott Means (2004). XML in a Nutshell, Third Edition, O’Reilly, ISBN 0-596-00764-7

Selected chapters are available through the worldclass room.

Other resources