Quatrième de couverture
Real XML help for webmasters, developers, and publishing professionals!
Structuring XML Documents is the perfect book for you, if...
- You're tired of toy exercises and are ready to build XML/SGML DTDs for real-world document systems .
- You need to write DTDs that work both for your authors and for your computer specialists.
- You're starting with XML and want to make the most of it.
- You're migrating from SGML to XML - or thinking about it.
In this book, David Megginson shares his extensive expertise in quality structured document design and DTD development. Starting with five detailed industry-standard models, learn how to:
- Analyze DTDs and adapt them for your specific needs
- Build DTDs that are easier to learn, use, and process
- Ensure structural compatibility throughout your DTDs
- Use the new Architectural Forms standard to simplify complex DTD problems.
Whether you're a technical writer, documentation project manager, document systems implementor, or consultant, you'll refer to this book constantly.
On the CD-ROM...All these state-of-the-art model DTDs-pre-catalogued for plug-and-play parsing...
- ISO 12083 DTDs
- DocBook 3.0 DTD with documentation
- TEI P3 and TEI-Lite 1.6 DTDs
- MIL-STD-38784 DTD with Official Navy Baseline Tagset Library
- HTML 4.0
- Ælfred-a small, fast, DTD-aware Java(tm)-based XML parser, especially suitable for use in Java applets
- SP/NSGMLS parser - source code and Windows binaries, for XML and SGML parsing and validating
- ISO character entity sets - a Web page indexing all the CD's contents, and including links to all the URLs cited in the book-sites where you can find the most up-to-date information on XML and SGML and more.
Biographie de l'auteur
David Megginson is senior architect for Microstar Software, Ltd. of Ontario, Canada, a leading supplier of XML/SGML large document management and production systems, and publisher of the acclaimed Near & Far Designer and Active sg/xml development tools.