Java and XML
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Why XML?
Domain-Specific MLs
XML Parsing
XML Documents
XML Namespaces
DTD and XML Schema
Using Java with XML


XML, the eXtensible Markup Language, has become incredibly popular over the past few years, and has found its way into many, many applications and uses.

All software vendors, even Microsoft, have committed strongly to its use.

Here's where we talk a little about what XML is, and why you might be interested in learning and using it.

Java has particularly strong support for XML, as we'll see...

The page was last updated February 19, 2008