Validating xml documents against xml schema

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RELAX NG was based on TREX designed by James Clark and RELAX Core designed by MURATA Makoto. In this chapter, we’ll cover the basics of XML – essentially, most of the information you’ll need to know to get a handle on this exciting technology.After we’re done exploring some terminology and examples, we’ll jump right in and start working with XML documents.Then, we’ll spend some time starting the project we’ll develop through the course of this book: building an XML-powered content management system.This excerpt is taken from No Nonsense XML Web Development with PHP, Site Point’s new release, by Thomas Myer, which was designed to help you start using XML to build intelligent ‘Future-Proof’ PHP applications today.

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