Markup Languages and XML
In Chapters 4 and 5, we introduced the concept of working with data. We placed a relational database behind our web application, and used it predominantly for data storage. We also used ADO.NET techniques to manipulate and organize data as it passed between the user and the database. By the end of Chapter 6, the Friends Reunion web application was acting as a “middle man,” allowing individuals (on one side) to interact with the data stored within the database (on the other).
KeywordsMarkup Language Root Element Child Element Instance Document User Element
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