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Training & Certificate Of XML language


Virtual language trainingXML: XML stands for Extensible Markup Language and means extensible markup language. This language is called extensible because you can easily define any tag you want. This tool is used to categorize and transfer data and has no effect on the appearance of the site. XML is an information storage system that can be used in the fields of He generalized differently. XML is a language that allows storing structured data. Structured data refers to data whose different parts can be separated and structured. This language helps you to produce a series of specific and standard structures.

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XML stores information without any special formatting. This makes it portable in any system and does not require special hardware or software to display it. This flexibility has made it used in web and mobile programming. Another use is that you can save your desired texts in the form of an xml file, then design the appearance with the help of html regardless of the text. Finally, with the help of a few lines of JavaScript code, display the xml texts in html format. This allows you to change the texts whenever needed without changing the appearance and html codes.

Course headings E-Learning & Certification XML language:

+ Comprehensive XML training + Supplemental booklet – updated

Prerequisites of the XML language training course :

[list_negative] + This course does not require special prerequisites and is taught from the basics.[/list_negative]


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