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David Megginson, «Imperfect XML : Rants, Raves, Tips, and Tricks ... from an Insider»

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David Megginson, «Imperfect XML : Rants, Raves, Tips, and Tricks ... from an Insider»

David Megginson, «Imperfect XML : Rants, Raves, Tips, and Tricks … from an Insider»
Addison-Wesley Professional | ISBN 0131453491 | 2004 Year | CHM | 0,66 Mb | 256 Pages


XML projects can fail for all kinds of reasons, from unrealistic overall goals to mishandled low-level technical decisions. Fortunately, one of the world's leading XML consultants is ready to show you how to avoid XML pitfalls on your next project.

Since its invention, David Megginson has been helping to drive XML to new levels. He led the team that developed the SAX streaming API now used worldwide, has been a key contributor to the World Wide Web Consortium, and has served as a consultant to many of the world's leading companies, including Boeing, Reuters, and McGraw-Hill. Drawing on this vast experience, Megginson offers in this book expert solutions and problem-solving guidance for virtually any XML project challenge. You'll discover best practices for planning, budgeting, scheduling, and managing any XML project: content management, data interchange, legacy integration, or Web services. And you'll find technical insights that only an expert like Megginson can offer.

Coverage includes

Setting expectations and planning for extensibility: key success factors in XML projects
Choosing standards, technical approaches, and architecture
Overcoming hidden pitfalls in single-source publishing from XML source
Intelligent searching with XML: essential design and implementation strategies
Using XML in enterprise integration: practical realities and workarounds
Scaling smoothly from demo to production system
Making XML fast: real help for overcoming XML performance problems
Managing the security risks associated with sending XML data across the Internet
Recognizing when XML technology is wrong for your project
From start to finish, Imperfect XML presents a clear-eyed view of XML's advantages and limitations–and technical and management solutions proven to make it work.