Gestion du XML en PHP 5 : utiliser DOM, par Guillaume Piolle

Gestion du XML en PHP 5 : utiliser DOM, par Guillaume Piolle Ce tutoriel suppose que vous connaissez (au moins basiquement) XML. Les exemples de documents XML utilisés dans ce document ne doivent pas être considérés comme des modèles de structuration de données... Ils ont été choisis pour illustrer des problématiques précises relatives à l'API DOM. Nous allons travailler sur un document XML constitué d'une liste de quelques pays, classés par continents.
Using PHP 5's DOM functions to create XML files from SQL data Using PHP 5's DOM functions to create XML files from SQL data By Tony Marston 22nd August 2004 Intended AudiencePrerequisitesMultiple occurrences of a single tableA One-to-Many relationshipAdding optional attributesUsing Multi-Byte CharactersConclusionReferencesAmendment History Intended Audience This tutorial is intended for developers who wish to extract data from a database and insert it into XML files so that it can be processed in some way, usually by transforming it into HTML using an XSL file. This method completely splits the presentation layer (i.e. the generation of HTML documents) from the business layer (the application of business rules using a language such as PHP) so that any one of these layers can be modified without affecting the other.
XML for <SCRIPT> Cross Platform XML Parser in JavaScript XML for <SCRIPT> Cross Platform XML Parser in JavaScript XML for <SCRIPT> is a powerful, standards-compliant JavaScript XML parser that is designed to help web application designers implement cross platform applications that take advantage of client-side manipulation of XML data. XML for <SCRIPT> provides a full suite of tools, including: A standards-compliant W3C DOM Level 2 processor An XPath processor A standards-compliant SAX processor A simple (classic) DOM processor Proxies for XML retrieval from any domain Utilities for XML and application development XML for <SCRIPT> is Free software and is distrubuted under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public Licence (LGPL) , an open source license. The ultimate goal of n-tier architecture is to separate the content of an application from its presentation. Unfortunately, most server-side technologies in use today do not make this goal easily attainable.
swfmill swf2xml and xml2swf swfmill is an xml2swf and swf2xml processor with import functionalities. It's most common use is the generation of asset libraries containing images (PNG and JPEG), fonts (TTF) or other SWF movies for use with MTASC- or haXe-compiled ActionScript, although swfmill can be used to produce both simple and complex SWF structures. built around an XSLT/EXSLT processor (libxslt) input and output of the XSLT transformation can be either XML or binary SWF XSLT commands for importing PNG, JPEG, TTF and SWF, and for mapping SWF ID numbers built-in "simple dialect" to support library creation and building simple SWFs swfmill swf2xml and xml2swf