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PHPBuilder.com:
Using XML - A PHP Developer's Primer
February 07, 2006 @ 07:10:24

PHPBuilder.com has posted a new tutorial targeted at those developers out there wokring to get into the XML functionality that PHP offers. They look to help (in a very general way) introduce you to the fundamentals on what XML is and how to manipulate it with what PHP has to offer.

This series of articles will focus on XML, its applications in modern day web development and how PHP fits into this niche. In this article, we will focus specifically on the tools provided to us by PHP which enable us to manipulate XML data sources.

They cover what XML is, what it looks like, and talk about some of the simple applications that it can bse used for (in PHP or otherwise). They focus on the newer XML features of PHP - DOM, SimpleXML, and XPath. They show some of the PHP code to parse out bits from their sample XML and show how easy it is to port the DOM code over to another language (this time, Javascript). They finish things off with code examples for grabbing the same data in the other technologies - SimpleXML and XPath...

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