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XML for PHP developers, Part 1: The 15-minute PHP-with-XML starter
This first article of a three-part series introduces PHP5's XML implementation and helps those relatively new to using XML with PHP to read, parse, and manipulate, and write a short and uncomplicated XML file using the DOM and SimpleXML in a PHP environment.
Also available in: Russian   Japanese  
Articles 07 Mar 2007
XML for PHP developers, Part 3: Advanced techniques to read, manipulate, and write XML
This final article in a three-part series discusses more techniques for reading, manipulating, and writing XML in PHP5. In it, you will focus on the now familiar APIs DOM and SimpleXML in more sophisticated surroundings, and, for the first time in this three-part series, on the XSL extension.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 13 Mar 2007
XML for PHP developers, Part 2: Advanced XML parsing techniques
This second article in a three-part series will discuss XML parsing techniques of PHP5, focusing on parsing large or complex XML documents. It will offer some background about parsing extensions and, specifically, what parsing methods are best suited to what types of XML documents and why.
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Articles 06 Mar 2007
Creating an Atom feed in PHP
Atom is an Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification that identifies information contained in a Web site. Using Atom, Web developers produce feeds that enable other Web developers (or consumers who use feed readers) to quickly locate and view information of interest on a remote site. Think of it as a Web site's index, available to anyone who wants it. Using PHP, a popular language of choice for most host providers, a Web developer can easily produce an Atom feed that can then be made available to the various feed readers and other Web developers. The ultimate result is a state-of-the-art information solution that enables the Web content to reach a much wider audience.
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Articles 28 Jul 2009
Using XPath with PHP
If your PHP applications perform beyond CRUD operations, chances are you have worked with XML. Navigating an XML document or data stream for the desired data elements can be cumbersome, though, and even somewhat intimidating for PHP developers. It can be especially overwhelming when the XML data structure is complex. XPath is a W3C standard whose sole purpose is just that -- getting to the right data element, or, specifically, the desired node. PHP supports XPath as part of its XML classes and functions. In this article you explore some basic scenarios for locating information in XML and how XPath can do the hard work for you in your PHP applications.
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Articles 17 May 2012
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