Document Object Model


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Document Object Model

(hypertext, language, World-Wide Web)
A W3C specification for application program interfaces for accessing the content of HTML and XML documents.

http://w3.org/DOM/.
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Both are aimed at allowing data used to drive document composition processes to be transformed and outputted in XML, with the Data Parser product providing non-invasive parsing of flat-file data streams while XML Generator creates XML output using an XML document object model tree approach.
2 will offer expanded support for software developers who requite the openness and power of JavaScript, Document Object Model (DOM), and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL).
PSOMs are all-inclusive Java classes representing a protocol or document object model.
Document Object Model (DOM): The standard maintained by the W3C that specifies how the content, structure, and appearance of web documents can be updated with scripts or other programs.
Cells APIs load everything from the template file into its document object model, providing access to every aspect of the spreadsheet.
Specify semantic tags on managed elements - Change the tag type of each shape, image and text in Edge to reflect appearance in the HTML document object model (DOM).
This guide explains the rules for constructing extensible markup language (XML) documents, introduces document type definitions (DTDs) and XML schemas, discusses strategies for storing and retrieving XML documents, and describes programming with the document object model (DOM) and simple API for XML (SAX).
The experiments are conducted through the Document Object Model (DOM)--Scene Access Interface (SAI) connection.
This example demonstrates how to use XML in a medium-sized application, how XSL and Document Object Model (DOM) make it easy to build applications, and how to build and install a complete application.
Developers gain access to E3's capabilities through its support for the Web-standard Document Object Model (DOM) Application Programming Interface (API).

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