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These examples use data from some checks in a personal check book. The data from the checks are kept in an XML file. The first example shows an application of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) with the XML file. Here you can view the XML file, the CSS file, and the results.
The second example shows the same XML check file, but this time with an XSL file that converts the XML data for display into an HTML table. Here you can again view the XML data as well as the XSL file and the resulting HTML document.
The final example shows the use of a Cascasing Style Sheet (CSS) again with the same XML document. However, this time, the CSS tries to give some structure to the XML data.
These are some good examples of some practical XML applications. These examples follow the check book example given in the XML for Beginners section on this site.
This developer designs and implements applications that make use of XML and related technologies such as XML Schema, XSLT and XPath. This developer has a strong understanding of XML fundamentals; knowledge of XML concepts and related technologies; understands how data relates to XML, in particular with issues associated to information modeling, XML processing, XML rendering and Web Services; has a thorough knowledge of core XML related W3C recommendations; and is familiar with well-known, best practices.