XML – The Document Object Model (5)

Posted: February 11, 2010 in eLearning

The Document Object Model

What have I learnt?
  1. The reasons for processing XML data, the different ways of delivering XML data to multiple media outlets, the ways of delivering data to multiple target groups, how to add, remove and rearrange your XML data, and how to create databases using XML data
  2. What the Document Object Model is, the relationships between elements, the process of navigating the tree, and the pluses and minuses of using the Document Object Model
  3. What can be done with the Document Object Model, the objects defined in the Document Object Model, and the interface relationships of the Document Object Model
  4. What the Node object is, the different types of nodes and node properties, the Node object methods, the additional functions available to Element, and the methods available for working with ‘Attribute’
  5. What the NodeList object is, the NamedNodeMap methods and properties, the methods and properties of the Document object, and the characterize, methods and properties of the CharacterData object

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