- for November, 2007

XML Parser: DOM Based or Event Based Parser

There are basically two types of xml parser: one is DOM-based XML parser and another is Event-based XML parser. You have two choices to select from. In DOM based XML parsing, data is treated as tree based structure and in event-based parsing, parser sees you data as series of event… (Continue)

Existing REL Values in Microformats

In one of my previous post, I have mentioned about microformats. I am not giving good attention to this topic; still I want to post here because it is going to be used in future. It is about web 2.0. So, you can learn slowly but surely about microformats. Here… (Continue)

Essential PHP Security – Chris Shiflett, O’Reilly Publication

"Essential PHP Security" is an essential book for experienced PHP programmer. It discusses essential security measures you can take for making your PHP applications secure. Even if there are another team for your high profile web site's security then also it is very useful. You will learn about many php.ini… (Continue)

DOM (Document Object Model)

What is DOM (Document Object Model)? The Document Object Model (DOM) is an application programming interface (API) for valid HTML and well-formed XML documents. It defines the logical structure of documents and the way a document is accessed and manipulated. The DOM is a programming API for documents. In DOM,… (Continue)

PHP 5 and XML

Get here a good summary of the differences between PHP4 and PHP5 related to XML. Here you will find the ideas of various APIs and libraries available in PHP5 for XML. Both ext/xslt and ext/domxml have been removed from PHP 4. The goal for XML support in PHP 5 was… (Continue)