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  • Using SVG to Draw Scalable Graphics

    This tutorial includes the following: why to use SVG, configure your browser to handle the SVG format

  • Validating XML Documents

    This tutorial shows you how to use various tools to validate documents against a DTD or XSD.

  • Overview of Windows DNA

    Microsoft Windows DNA is based on a distributed system architecture.

  • My First RSS Feed

    An introduction to the trend sweeping the web, RSS Feeds, or Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary).

  • Using XML to Hack Google Maps

    In this tutorial, you will learn: How to create a complete XML based custom Google Maps application

  • Going Wireless with WML and XHTML Mobile

    An important variant of XHTML is called XHTML Mobile, and its focus is on mobile devices that do not require the full XHTML feature set.

  • Syndicating the Web with RSS News Feeds

    RSS is XML-based technology, which simply means that the language used to code news feeds is an XML markup language.

  • Web Services Tutorial

    In this tutorial you will learn what exactly Web Services are and Why and How to use them.

  • A short tutorial on WSDL

    Web Services Description Language is the standard format for describing a web service in XML format.

  • A small tutorial on SOAP

    SOAP is a simple and open standard XML-based protocol for exchanging information between computers.

  • Data Services Components and XML

    We will discuss two Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) extensions for Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS).

  • Build an XUL-based Blog Editor

    The Firefox browser is built using XUL, and the upcoming Firefox 3.0 release will provide a XUL runtime .

  • Push RSS to New Limits

    This tutorial demonstrates using Really Simple Syndication (RSS) channels to store contact information and meeting information.