XML Programming with VBScript
Duration: 2 Days
XML data can be 'attached' to HTML documents when they are sent to the browser, thus, allowing VBScript to manipulate the data and present the user with a variety of different representations of their data without any additional server-side processing. In this course students learn the basic concepts of XML, attaching XML files to HTML files, and writing VBScript to parse and present the XML data in the browser.
Topics Covered In This Course
HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
DATA AND DOCUMENT STRUCTURE
ADDITIONAL XML CONCEPTS
DOM (Document Object Model)
USING VBSCRIPT TO ACCESS THE DOM
Who Should Take This Course
Webmasters and others interested in taking advantage of XML's create-one, use-many-times methodologies.
The participants have a general knowledge of HTML and VBScript preferred. Students with programming experience but no experience in VBScript will still be able to write basic pages and XML extracts.
This class is taught by lecture with hands-on workshops.
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