Parsing XML is a very common task when programming for the web. This article will show you how to use the eZ xml parser to handle XML documents.
This article will cover installing PHP with XML-RPC support, examples of XML-RPC requests and responses, the basic functions used for XML-RPC requests, creating an XML-RPC server, creating an XML-RPC client, and suggests some resources for more information on XML-RPC.
This tutorial is written for the PHP developer interested in implementing an XML-RPC client in PHP. Experience working with PHP classes and an understanding of the HTTP protocol are assumed.
This tutorial teaches you, step-by-step, how to build an XML-RPC client in PHP using the XML-RPC library written by Edd Dumbill. It covers each of the PHP classes you will be using, and how they fit together to form the final client.
PHP's increasing support for XML-based technologies makes new and different types of applications possible - as this article will demonstrate, by combining PHP with XSLT to perform server-side transformations of XML data. Keep reading.
The XML developer community finds that DOM is often inappropriate, while SAX is too hard to grasp. The XML-Deviant covers a discussion on the usage and future for these APIs.
If I convinced you that XSL is something you want to add to your next database-driven Website, you're probably anxious to learn how to integrate an XSL processor with the server-side language of your choice. While many options exist in this arena, this article will show you how to set up and use an XSL processor in PHP.
The DOM (Document Object Model) is a way to access and parse XML files. This article gives an introduction to parsing XML files with PHP's DOM library.
There are actually two components available here. One is the message builder, the other a PHP gateway called xmlrpc-socket that forwards XML-RPC requests to remote servers over the Internet. Together they turn your browser into an XML-RPC client.
This tutorial takes you step by step into developing a web application that displays employee data that is stored in an XML file. Although this script could be updated and extended (IE: added functionality), this script is mainly a beginning point to a vast area of scripting.