ITC 157 - Introduction to XML3
The Extensible Markup Language (XML) has proven to be important in the development of information exchange on the World Wide Web. Students will learn to create XML code as a markup language in order to structure data and information. Students will format data for display with the use of style sheets using CSS and XLT. Students will also learn to integrate database information to help create more versatile websites. Students will create and manipulate XML code and transform it to other languages. Topics covered include well-formed XML document creation, DTD creation and validation, CSS and XSL formatting, and the application of SOAP to web services. Employability skills such as communication, teamwork and professionalism will also be emphasized throughout the course.
Prerequisite(s): ITC 125.
Recommendation(s): Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of ITC 158
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