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DOM SPECS

 
Andy Smith
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There are 6 DOM SPECS

:- Core
:- Events
:- View
:- Style
:- Traversal & Ranges
:- HTML

Which all we need to study for the certification ?
[ December 08, 2004: Message edited by: Andy Smith ]
 
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I'd say none. By reading a good textbook on XML programming with Java, you're bound to get a deep enough understanding of the DOM API for the purposes of this certification.
 
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Originally posted by Andy Smith:
There are 6 DOM SPECS

:- Core
:- Events
:- View
:- Style
:- Traversal & Ranges
:- HTML

Which all we need to study for the certification ?

[ December 08, 2004: Message edited by: Andy Smith ]


"Core" is the most important of them all !!!
"Events" and "traversal and ranges" come next

And as far as i know, you dont have to look through teh other specs as i have never seen any one report any questions from them !!!

And as Lasse suggests it is enough if u read a good book,
and may I suggest a wonderful book (I loved it )

Processing XML with Java - Elliotte Rusty Harold

It also covers SAX and hey you can get a free online copy at
http://www.cafeconleche.org/books/xmljava/

Go thro chapters 6-12 for both SAX and DOM and u would need no otehr source for SAX and DOM

HTH
Hari
 
Andy Smith
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THanx Lasse & Hari
 
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