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Using Apache Pivot to build an iTunes search client
Apache Pivot is an open source platform for building rich internet applications (RIAs) in a Java environment. It combines the enhanced productivity and usability features of a modern RIA toolkit with the robustness of the industry-standard Java platform. Apache Pivot applications take advantage of WTKX, an XML-based language for user interface design, which makes the application's output easy to visualize. In this tutorial, you will follow the implementation of a simple but practical Pivot application that allows a user to execute searches against the contents of the iTunes Store.
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Tutorial 13 Oct 2009
Automate XML file updates, Part 2: Use Apache Ant and conversion stylesheets to update your XML
This is the second part of a tutorial series that describes a method for automating updates to a library of XML files so that they all conform to an updated XML schema. In Part 1, you learn the steps of the entire process, and then create an XSLT stylesheet to update the XML files. Here, in Part 2, you learn to install, configure, and run Ant and Java SE to iteratively transform each of your XML files based on the updates specified in your XSLT stylesheet.
Tutorial 17 Aug 2006
Develop an Apache HttpClient client for Android to a JAX-RS web service
Access a JAX-RS web service with the Apache HttpClient library. Jersey, a reference implementation for JAX-RS, simplifies development of RESTful web services in the Java environment. Android is a popular smartphone and this article shows you how to create a JAX-RS client for Android. You'll create an Apache HttpClient library client to a JAX-RS web service.
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Articles 11 Oct 2011
Add XML structure to the resume
In this article, explore how XML lends structure to the storage of data relating to a resume. Using elements from the HR-XML and Open Applications Group Integration Specification (OAGIS) projects, build data and stylesheet files to generate an example resume as a PDF file using Apache Formatting Objects Processor (FOP). Particular points of interest include handling multiple namespaces and hints about how to add decoration to the basic PDF through the stylesheet.
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Articles 01 Feb 2011
Automate XML file updates, Part 1: XML process introduction and conversion stylesheet creation
This is the first part of a tutorial series that describes a method for automating updates to a library of XML files so that they all conform to an updated XML schema. In Part 1, you learn the steps in the entire process and then create an XSLT stylesheet to update the XML files. In Part 2, you learn to install, configure, and run Apache Ant and Java SE to iteratively transform each of your XML files based on the updates specified in your XSLT stylesheet.
Tutorial 17 Aug 2006
Tip: Using JDOM and XSLT
In this tip, Brett McLaughlin tells how to avoid a common pitfall when working with XSLT and the JDOM API for XML developers working in Java. You'll learn how to take a JDOM document representation, transform it using the Apache Xalan processor, and obtain the resulting XML as another JDOM document. Transforming a document using XSLT is a common task, and JDOM makes the transformation go quite easily once you know how to avoid the missteps. The code demonstrates how to use JDOM with the new Apache Xalan 2 processor (for Java).
Articles 01 Mar 2001
Authoring with developerWorks
Welcome, authors! This article shows you how to prepare English-language technical content for publication on the worldwide developerWorks site using Open Document Text editors such as IBM Lotus Symphony, Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice, or another editor that support the OpenDocument format (ODT), or using Microsoft Word. The steps are simple. You download our template package for either OpenDocument or word, fill in the fields in the template, and then compose your content according to the guidelines in the template. Tips for composing your content and submitting it to the developerWorks staff are also included in this article.
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Articles 23 Aug 2017
HTML to Formatting Objects (FO) conversion guide
Need help converting HTML documents to PDF? This reference guide shows by example how to use XSLT templates to convert 45 commonly used HTML elements to formatting objects (from the XSL-FO vocabulary) for easy transformation to PDF using XSLT. The examples assume that you're using the Apache XML Project's FOP tool, but most of the methods work just as well with other XSL-FO tools.
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Articles 11 Dec 2012
Read, recycle, and reuse: Reporting made easy with Excel, XML, and Java technologies, Part 2
Part 1 of this series walked through reading Microsoft Excel files using Java technology and Apache POI. But reading Excel files is only a start. This installment mixes up Excel and XML to soothe developers who turn green at the thought of converting between reporting formats.
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Articles 02 Mar 2010
Leveraging pureXML in a Flex microblogging application, Part 3: Using pureXML Web services to publish microblog entries to an HTML page
The pureXML capabilities of IBM DB2 allow you to store XML natively in a database without modification, while Adobe Flex applications can read XML directly and populate Flex user interfaces. In this three-part article series, you will create a microblogging application that takes advantage of pureXML, Web services, and Adobe Flex; and even allows you to publish your microblogging updates on Twitter. In Part 1 of the series, you learned about Web Services and how they are enabled using DB2 pureXML as you created the microblog database and tested it. Part 2 tapped into Adobe Flex and ActionScript to create the user interface of your application. In this article, the final part of the series, you will learn how to use your pureXML Web Services to publish your microblog entries to an HTML page.
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Articles 03 Nov 2009
Make the most of Xerces-C++, Part 2
This two-part article offers an introduction to the Xerces-C++ XML library. Here in Part 2, Rick Parrish demonstrates how to load, manipulate, or synthesize a Document Object Model (DOM) document, and how to recreate the bar graph in Part 1 using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). C++ programmers who read these articles should be able to easily add XML parsing and processing capabilities to their applications.
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Articles 15 Aug 2003
Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 1: Building a touchpoint
This tutorial, the first in a series on the IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE), shows how you can get up and running quickly with the IBM AIDE toolkit. Discover touchpoint creation, modification, and deployment and learn about the internals of the touchpoint in relation to the underlying model.
Tutorials 18 Apr 2006
Make the most of Xerces-C++, Part 1
This two-part article offers an introduction to the Xerces-C++ XML library. Part 1 explains how to link the library into applications written in Linux and Windows. Ample code demonstrates parsing with the SAX API, and a sample application shows you how to create a bar graph in ASCII art. In Part 2, I'll demonstrate how to load, manipulate, or synthesize a DOM document, and you'll see how to create the same bar graph using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). C++ programmers who read these articles should be able to easily add XML parsing and processing capabilities to their applications.
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Articles 13 Aug 2003
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