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8.5. What's Next?

I'm winding down on the lower-level APIs, and I'll finish up the discussion in the next chapter by covering JAXP, Sun's Java API for XML Processing. JAXP requires use of SAX and DOM, and so logically looks at those APIs. It also serves as a halfway point in the book, and probably a good time to take a short break when you're done with the chapter! I'll cover both JAXP 1.0 and 1.1, now heavily in use, explaining how they work with the APIs you already know and why JAXP can really help out in your application programming. So get ready for another hammer in the old toolbox, and turn the page.



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