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Linq-To-XML Style of Node Creation for C++

This article discusses the new C++ Elmax XML Library feature to implement Linq-To-XML node creation to write XML files. Linq-To-XML node creation is the natural way to create nodes with code that is structurally identical to resultant XML.

Code: XML Serializer

Serialize and deserialize XML files and XML buffer with this set of macros and classes. The serializer uses ATL String and ATL collections. Get the object representations of XML files and a means to store and load objects to and from XML.

Libxml2: Everything You Need in an XML Library

Got XML files? Look no further than libxml2, which gives you both DOM and SAX model XML parsing in a single freeware library that works with most common languages in all popular platforms including Linux and Win32/Win64.

Creating Custom WPF Controls

Custom controls assist developers in maximizing code reuse and minimizing headaches. Learn the process of creating custom controls within Microsoft's latest UI model, the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

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