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Power Query and SSRS Metadata

If you have ever tried to parse XML using SSIS and/or SQL Server, and found it to be a little tedious, then you may want to try using ‘Power Query’ for your XML parsing. 492 more words

SQL Server

Generative Design Variations M.6.2.2 Asynchronous loading of an XML text

This is the second and last theoretical exercise about the chapter ‘Data from the Internet.’ Here is again a brief description of the Generative Design book: ‘Loading a file, especially from the Internet usually takes much more time than the duration of a frame. 358 more words

Generative Design Variations

Overview of DITA and XML

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is a framework for authoring and publishing documentation using Extensible Markup Language (XML). XML is the markup language that includes the tags used to create links to websites, bold or italicize text, or create lists. 622 more words

DITA

Generative Design Variations M.6.2.1 The Wikipedia API

This is the first theoretical exercise of two which I need to complete to finish the last exercises of the Generative Design book. Here is a brief description of the Generative Design book: ‘In principle, all data that can be seen in a browser can also be loaded with another program and used for other purposes. 654 more words

Generative Design Variations

SOAP,XML and BPEL

SOAP
Simple Object Access Protocol, a lightweight XML-based messaging protocol used to
encode the information in Web service request and response messages before
sending them over a network. 241 more words

floss gnu/linux code folding editors

floss gnu/linux code folding editors that fold json, php and xml (alts for notepad++)

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