Showing posts from July, 2008

XML basics

To start my blogging with what ever little I know here is some basic stuff for beginners of XML. I have worked almost more than 4 years with XML and related technologies. It was really a cool stuff I found it to be handy, flexible and standard stuff. To start with XML I want to tell you something, XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language . As the name indicates it is an open standard that can grow and is defined by markups. Here it comes some common points to remember when you do your XML Defining an XML File :XML is a very easy language to use and maintain. There are just a few steps to follow to successfully make an XML file. The first thing to do is do define the document as an XML file. An XML file doesn't have to end in a .xml entension, all it needs is the first line to be <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> Closing and Opening Tags :It is safe to say that that the line above is the only thing in XML that doesn't need a closing tag. Unlike HT

Let this be Green

The Green in the photo is the dens forest near to mudumallai forest, tamilnadu, india.

In the name of BLOG

If some one has realized that the things that was thought as supernatural has become a day to day attraction. For instance, when I was a kid, say around 10 years old, holding a phone in your hand and moving around the house was a dream in many houses like the cordless phones were slowly spreading across. Now, in every house there is mobile phone. People from everywhere are using this instrument. Some friends of mine do their online trading with mobile. There are people who use the mobile as a pure juke box. Some of them even stream videos.