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Advanced Topics in Java and XML

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Course No: 90.307; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

This advanced level Java programming course focuses on Java application development using XML and XSLT. This course assumes an intermediate level understanding of Java programming. Upon completion you will understand the basic XML and XSLT concepts, and how Java can be used to take full advantage of these technologies. Throughout this course we will be developing a distributed real estate listing service. Students will participate in implementing the representation and processing of information for this application, initially with a classical representation, and progressing towards an XML and XSLT implementation. This progression will highlight the benefits of using XML and XSLT for data representation and processing. Additional topics include DTD, DOM parsers, SAX parsers, JDOM, and object-oriented Java programming techniques.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: INFO.3030, 90.306
  • Special Notes:
  • Credits: 3;

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