It’s been an enlightening week on the homework front. Having had some experience with XML before, I know how easy it is to mess up writing XML, particularly if you’re doing it by hand. Nesting wrong here, a tag misspelled there… although XML is, technically speaking, ‘human readable’, it’s not exactly human-friendly. It’s extremely precise, [...]
In: Computer Science, MSc · Tagged with: oxygen, schematron, xml, xsugar
Woah. It always worries me a little when the greek symbols come out. So far, we’ve pretty much avoided them in the Semi-Structured Data and the Web course, so to see them today, whilst not really unexpected, did make my heart sink a little. The views expressed here are the personal views of the author.
In: Computer Science, MSc · Tagged with: css, dtd, error, html, schema, validation, xhtml, xml
So, after little snow towards the end of the week, it pelted down on Sunday night, leaving the pavements and roads like an ice rink at 6am – I only narrowly avoided sliding down the hill to the tram stop on my backside. It’s at times like this I’m very glad of my thermos mug [...]
In: Computer Science, MSc · Tagged with: namespace, schema, xml, xpath, xquery
I was greeted by a blanket of picture-postcard pristine white snow when I stepped outside this morning. No footprints, no slush, not another person in sight… fantastic. That’s what you get for being up and out at ten to six in the morning though. It’s the first day of Semi-Structured Data and the Web, (effectively) [...]