WebReference.com has the latest tutorial in their "Simplified XML" series posted today. This installment focuses on the formatting of the documents in the browser and how to read them back in.
We have already discussed the XML functions so let's use an example to demonstrate how they work. First, we get the XML file that we want to use. The idea is to create an XML parser. This will then enable us to read and write to an XML document.
Their examples show code that parses an XML document, outputs a simple list of the values inside and how to take an XSL style sheet and apply it to the data as applied through a xml-stylesheet tag.