The course explores understanding the tradeoffs among XML grammars and XML techniques to solve different classes of problems. Topics include optimization of XML grammars for different XML technologies; benefits of using different XML schema languages; tradeoffs in using different parsing approaches; benefits of parsing technology vs. XML query; the role of Web 2.0 to deliver functionality through various web services approaches; exploiting XML to drive audio, visual, and tactile displays; the role of XML in multiplying the power of standard web browser technologies; and the role of Web 3.0 to deliver Semantic Web functionality. XML technologies that will be covered include XML Schema, XPath, XSLT, SAX, DOM, XQuery, SOAP, WSDL, JAX-B, JAX-WS, REST, RDF, and OWL.
Course prerequisites: 
605.481 Principles of Enterprise Web Development or equivalent Java experience.
Course instructor: 
Chittargi, Silberberg

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Course all programs: 
Computer Science
Information Systems Engineering