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XML: An Introduction

Interested in learning more about XML? Pawan's latest article gives us a brief introduction into XML and its roots.

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By: Pawan Bangar
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September 17, 2003
  1. · XML: An Introduction
  2. · Brief History
  3. · XML Usage
  4. · Conclusion

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Many companies are using this language according to their needs. As this language can be used for various objectives, it can be seen on various platforms, in combination with different languages. XML is a key to the next-generation Internet, offering a way to unlock information so that it can be organised, programmed and edited – a way to distribute data in more useful ways to a variety of digital devices and allowing web sites to collaborate. Today XML is a young child developing various aspects of its personality; which of these would be the dominating trait to give it its final adult character could be anybody’s guess.
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