Visual Studio .NET simplifies the use of XML messaging in your applications. Learn how to use the XML Schema to simplify your work.
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Often, an XML document needs to be converted to a new structure. That is where XSLT comes in.
Distribute your .NET class libraries with professional-looking documentation for consumption by other developers by adding XML comments.
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Learn how easy it is to use the XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter classes.
Discover how to validate XML document with XSD schema. The validation is performed by checking whether the XML document is a well-formed one by programmatically using .NET classes in C#.
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