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Core XML
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a flexible way to create common information formats and share both the format and the data on the World Wide Web, intranets, and elsewhere. XML is similar to the language of today's Web pages, the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). Both XML and HTML contain markup symbols to describe the contents of a page or file. HTML, however, describes the content of a Web page (mainly text and graphic images) only in terms of how it is to be displayed and interacted with. For example, the letter "p" placed within markup tags starts a new paragraph
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ebXML
Electronic Business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) provides open XML-based infrastructure, enabling use of e-business information in an interoperable, secure, consistent manner by all parties.
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RSS
RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary (sometimes referred to as Really Simple Syndication); a set of XML communication standards created by Netscape. RSS allows a web developer to share the content on his/her site. RSS repackages the web content as a list of data items, to which you can subscribe from a directory of RSS publishers. RSS content usually includes news stories, headlines, content from discussion lists, or corporate announcemnets and is primarily used by news websites and weblogs. RSS "feeds" can be read with a web browser or special RSS reader called a content aggregator.
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SAX
SAX is a serial access parser API for XML and its name is acronymically derived from "Simple API for XML". A SAX Parser handles XML information as a stream and is unidirectional, i.e. it cannot renegotiate a node without first having to establish a new handle to the document and reparse. With that proviso in mind, however, the SAX parser, since it works in stream mode, is unquestionably faster than its sibling the DOM parser.
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XSLT
XSL Transformations, or XSLT, is an XML markup language used for transforming XML documents. It is the XML transformation language part of the XSL specification (the other parts being XSL-FO and XPath). As with XML and HTML, the XSLT specification is a Recommendation developed by the W3C.
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VoiceXML
VoiceXML (VXML) is the W3C's standard XML format for specifying interactive voice dialogues between a human and a computer. It is fully analogous to HTML, and brings the same advantages of web application development and deployment to voice applications that HTML brings to visual applications. Just as HTML documents are interpreted by a visual web browser, VoiceXML documents are interpreted by a voice browser. A common architecture is to deploy banks of voice browsers attached to the public s
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WML
An XML language used to specify content and user interface for WAP devices; the WAP forum provides a DTD for WML. WML is supported by almost every mobile phone browser around the world. WML pages are requested and served in the same way as HDML pages. For Web servers to serve WML pages, they must contain the text/vnd.wap.wml mime type.
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WSDL
Short for Web Services Description Language, an XML-formatted language used to describe a Web service's capabilities as collections of communication endpoints capable of exchanging messages. WSDL is an integral part of UDDI, an XML-based worldwide business registry. WSDL is the language that UDDI uses. WSDL was developed jointly by Microsoft and IBM.
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XHTML
Extensible Hypertext Markup Language - A reformulation of HTML 4.0 in XML 1.0. XHTML is a new language for building web pages that has recently been proposed as a W3C Recommendation. This proposed Recommendation caused lots of debate on account of XHTML's usage of XML namespaces.
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WAP
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open international standard for applications that use wireless communication, for example Internet access from a mobile phone. WAP was designed to provide services equivalent to a Web browser with some mobile-specific additions, being specifically designed to address the limitations of very small portable devices. However, during its first years of existence WAP suffered from considerable negative media attention and has been criticised heavily for it
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Action Script
ActionScript is an ECMAScript-based programming language used for controlling Macromedia Flash movies and applications. Since both ActionScript and JavaScript are based on the same ECMAScript syntax, fluency in one easily translates to the other. However, the client model is dramatically different: while JavaScript deals with windows, documents and forms, ActionScript deals with movie-clips, text fields and sounds.
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Soap
An XML/HTTP-based protocol for platform-independent access to objects and services on the Web. SOAP defines a message format in XML that travels over the Internet using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). By using existing Web protocols (HTTP) and languages (XML), SOAP runs over the existing Internet infrastructure without being tied to any operating system, language, or object model.
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UDDI
(Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration)—An XML- and SOAP-based lookup service for Web service consumers to locate Web Services and programmable resources available on a network. Also used by Web service providers to advertise the existence of their Web services to consumers.
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3G
An industry term used to describe the next generation of public wireless voice+data networks. To qualify as 3G, a network must meet certain requirements for speed, availability, reliability and other criteria set forth by the International Telecommunications Union. There are many 3G network technologies being developed, generally they are packet-based “always on” networks.
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802.11
IEEE 802.11 or Wi-Fi denotes a set of Wireless LAN standards developed by working group 11 of the IEEE LAN/MAN Standards Committee (IEEE 802). The term is also used to refer to the original 802.11, which is now sometimes called "802.11legacy".
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Wi-Max
A more powerful version of Wi-Fi that can provide wireless Internet access over wider geographic location such as a city.
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