Extensible Mark-up Language (XML) is a universal language for data on the Web and is used to deliver data from a wide variety of applications to the desktop. XML was developed to meet the requirements of software applications that require functionality beyond the current Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML). XML has without a doubt become one of the fastest evolving technology and promises dynamic change in the way data is exchanged.
Sensitive data such as credit card transactions, procurement orders, customer details and fulfillment requests can be converted to XML and shared across applications without changing legacy systems. Data is converted to XML and is shared by business partners without the existing systems needing any prior description of the data structure.
XML Application Development Areas
XML came into use where software applications required functionality, which HTML was unable to provide.
1. Applications that require the Web Client to present different views of the same data to different users.
2. Applications which need to assists the web client to act as liaison between two or more clients.
3. Applications which have to communicate between different business applications.
Webstorm’s experience and our technical knowledge will help you in designing and developing solutions based on XML without any complexities.