On the web, however, something radically different was emerging.
A person or small group would put out a project of some sort, usually at a fairly primitive state.
The example is written in Flex 3 and Action Script 3, although I have separated the code to make it easy to also use it within Flash CS3.
In order to compile and run the code below, you need to download the SWC (or source code) for the as3syndicationlib and corelib libraries (as3syndicationlib requires corelib to compile).
Fortunately, the JDK has a standard mechanism for this in the import parsers.
Implementations below are written in different languages, and support part, or all, of the specification.
Roughly eight years ago, however, there was a fairly significant shift in the way that projects were built, one that more accurately reflected development lifecycles on the web.
In normal SDLC, a typical project would take between eighteen and thirty six months to complete, depending upon the complexity of the application in question, with clearly delineated roles and activities that could be checked off according to one of a number of ISO or related standards.
The project management cycle is no different in this regard.
By establishing a formal methodology of development, a good project manager can insure both that the right people are working on any given project and that the project can be accomplished within the constraints of budget, time and quality.
It also provides a generic interface for parsing feeds when you do not know the format of the feeds.
Below is a simple example of how to use the library to parse an RSS 2.0 feed.
A DTD is one way of specifying how an XML should be formed - a schema for XML xml.parsers.xmlproc import xmlprocfrom xml.parsers.xmlproc import xmlvalfrom xml.parsers.xmlproc import xmldtddef validate_xml(xml_filename, dtd_filename): """Validate a given XML file with a given external DTD.