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Learning how to use the XML Serializer
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 24 Jun 09

In this episode we will take a look at how to utilize the XML Serializer to make your life easier.

We will take a look at how you can simplify your coding efforts when you need to turn an object model into XML or your XML document into an object model

Introduction to NHibernate: Setting up your Mappings
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Jun 09

In this episode you will learn about how to install NHibernate as well as how get started with XML mappings to your object domain model. You will learn how to map a class to a table, specify the primary key/identifier, and map properties to columns.

Build a Login and Registration System with XML
Category: Web Development > PHP      Posted: 06 Apr 09

Building an entire membership system can be a tedious, and time-consuming task. Tim Cooper is going to show us how to build the ENTIRE thing in roughly...

XML Data Manipulation with XLinq
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Apr 09

In this episode we take a look at how to use the new XLinq (the Linq implementation for XML Documents) to query and manipuate XML Documents.

We will take a look at how to update an XML Document in multiple different ways using a few different techniques

Querying XML Data using XLinq
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will learn how to query an XML document by using the XLinq libraries. XLinq is the Linq implementation on top of an XML document.

We will learn how to us the inline query syntax as well as using SQL style syntax. By the end of the episode you should be able to retrieve...

XSLT debugging in Visual Studio
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 09 Mar 09

Learn how to use the many features available in Visual Studio for working with XSLT and XML including step-through debugging of XSLT programs

Fluent nHibernate
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Feb 09

Sebastien Lambla demonstrates how to create a simple database with Fluent NHibernate. Some of the key facts about Fluent NHibernate, which are also a part of the talk are: Fluent NHibernate is XML free. All property references use the actual class instead of strings. A testing framework that provides...

Abstractions For Website APIs
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Paul Mison is going to do a short talk on libraries and abstractions for website APIs. Specifically how he thinks they should be written (and how he thinks they shouldn't be). The talk will mostly focus on Flickr, so an understanding of Flickr's API and the existing abstractions might be of use.

Conquering XML with LINQ in Visual Basic 9.0
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 May 08

In Visual Basic 9.0, XML becomes a built-in data type with a rich editing experience that completely eliminates the conceptual barrier between the code...

Prince XML: Generating High Quality PDFs from HTML + CSS
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 03 Dec 07

Prince is a computer program that converts XML and HTML into PDF documents. Prince can read many XML formats, including XHTML and SVG. Prince formats d...

YAML
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 30 May 07

What is YAML? YAML = YAML Aint Markup Language! YAML is great for quickly exporting and importing data to and from your Ruby application. There seem to be many pros and cons on when to use YAML vs. XML. My rule of thumb is to use YAML when everything is controlled by your application. Use XML is you ...

XML-RPC
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 30 May 07

Before SOAP and REST, there were Remote Procedure Calls. Ruby ships with native RPC support and I'll show you how to built powerful remote API queries with 3 lines of Ruby code!