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HTML

Course Description

In this course students learn how to build HTML pages using text, Images, sound, and video. Topics covered include World Wide Web basics, formatting, links, Images, multimedia, tables, frames, and linked windows.

Who Should Attend

Managers and technical employees with a desire to understand and know how to design and develop web pages.

Prerequisites

Requires no knowledge of Web based programming language or tools.

What you will learn:

  • Features of the World Wide Web (WWW).
  • Guidelines and steps for planning a Web site.
  • Steps in the Web communication process.
  • Create HTML tags
  • Create hot links on a Web page.
  • Add Images and other multimedia components
  • Integrate plug-ins
  • Create tables, frames, and linked windows in Web pages.

 

XML Programming

Course Description

XML is the de-facto standard for "portable data". This course covers the components of XML and how Java is used to access XML, including the Simple API for XML (SAX) and the Document Object Model (DOM).

Who Should Attend

This course is for Internet and enterprise software developers and web designers desiring to take advantage of XML to improve data exchange and data integration in a Java 2 Enterprise Edition environment.

Prerequisites

Students should have a good understanding of web concepts, HTML and other web based technologies (e.g. CGI, scripting).

What you will learn:

  • Design and create XML documents
  • Design and apply XSLT style sheets
  • Validate XML documents using Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and schemas
  • Navigate XML documents using the Document Object Model(DOM)
  • Create and manipulate XML content using Servlets and Java Server Pages
  • Perform SAX and DOM parsing
  • Introduction to XML
  • XML document structure; Elements and attributes;
  • Well-formed XML
  • Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT)
  • Overview of SAX and DOM;
  • Validating XML Documents
  • Document Type Definitions and Schemas; DTD elements, attributes, and entities;
  • XML with SAX
  • XML with the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • DOM vs. SAX
  • Parsing XML documents