XML: Tips and Tricks

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  1. In addition to the responseText property, XMLHttpRequest objects also have a responseXML property, which holds the data returned from the server as an XML document object (or null if the body content returned is not well-formed XML). Follow these eight steps to send XML data in an HTTP POST, receive an XML document from a server, and output the XML that was received.

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  2. Once you know how to retrieve XML data from a server, the next step is to learn how to display that data in the browser. One way to use XML data is to populate an HTML table with it. Follow these 12 steps to learn how it's done.

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  3. If you have an XML document containing locations that you want to display on a map, you can load this XML file and display each location as a marker in Google Maps. Here's how.

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  4. The steps below describe how to implement XML serialization in .NET.

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