Tag: XML
Posts of Tag: XML
  1. XSLT Explained

    XSLT Explained What is XSLT? XSLT is, in my opinion, similar to the likes of the Mako and Chameleon templating engines. XSLT is mainly used to transform some type of structured markup language (like XML) to ano...Learn More
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  2. Reading and Writing XML in Java

    Reading and Writing XML in Java What is XML? The abbreviation "XML" stands for - eXtensible Markup Language. It has a markup structure similar to HTML and was designed to store and transport data. It defines a ...Learn More
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  3. Reading and Writing XML Files in Python with Pandas

    Reading and Writing XML Files in Python with Pandas Introduction XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a markup language used to store structured data. The Pandas data analysis library provides functions to read/...Learn More
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  4. Serialize and Deserialize XML in Java with Jackson

    Serialize and Deserialize XML in Java with Jackson Introduction In an increasingly connected ecosystem of software systems, communication between them has become even more paramount. In turn, several technologi...Learn More
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  5. Reading and Writing XML Files in Python

    Reading and Writing XML Files in Python XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a markup-language that is commonly used to structure, store, and transfer data between systems. While not as common as it used to b...Learn More
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  6. Introduction to the Python lxml Library

    Introduction to the Python lxml Library lxml is a Python library which allows for easy handling of XML and HTML files, and can also be used for web scraping. There are a lot of off-the-shelf XML parsers out the...Learn More
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  7. Difference between JSON and XML

    Difference between JSON and XML Let us understand the difference between JSON and XML web technologies. Here’s a brief overview on JSON vs XML with a complete description and examples as well. XML XML is an abb...Learn More
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  8. From Schemaless Ingest to Smart Schema: Enabling SQL on Raw Data

    You have complex, semi-structured data-nested JSON or XML, for instance, containing mixed types, sparse fields, and null values. It’s messy, you don’t understand how it’s structured, and new fields appear every...Learn More
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  9. [Programming!] Xml <-> Object, Serialization and Deserialization (Part 2)

    Deserialization is an opposite process to Serialization. Which means converting the xml file to the object! Take the xml file below for example. There is an ListBook object containing three Book objects. Also...Learn More
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  10. Why Copy-on-Write Semantics and Node-Level-Versioning are Key to Efficient Snapshots

    Life is subdued to constant evolution. So is our data, be it in research, business or personal information management. As such it is surprising that databases usually just keep the current state. Introduction ...Learn More
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  11. JSON as an alternative to XML in AJAX / Web Services Requests

    JSON as an alternative to XML in AJAX / Web Services Requests Damely Tineo Jan 22·3 min read JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) “is a lightweight data-interchange format.” — json.org JSON is used primarily to ...Learn More
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  12. Building a Language-Agnostic Neural Machine Translation System

    To build our system, we first extracted training data from the Salesforce online help, and we released the dataset for research purposes. Basically, our model is based on a transformer encoder-decoder model, wh...Learn More
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