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Most of Mozilla s XML functionality is based around a core XML parser called Expat. Expat is tightly integrated with the Mozilla engine, so all Mozilla versions ship with this parser. The parser supports XSLT stylesheets, namespaces, simple XLinks, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and Mathematical Markup Language (MathML). Expat 1.2 is also available for separate download from http://www.jclark.com/xml/ expat.html. At the time of writing, Expat 2.0 is in development and can be downloaded from http://expat.sourceforge.net/.
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Mozilla provides complete support for the W3C XML DOM to Level 2, with additional support for some DOM Level 3 elements. Unlike IE, Mozilla s DOM support is built into the browser, making it very easy to work with a DOM representation of an XML document using JavaScript. Because DOM is a standardized interface, once you create the DOM objects, you can use the same code to manipulate them, regardless of browser. You ll discover more about this in 8.
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Expat is a nonvalidating parser, so Mozilla cannot validate an XML document using an XML schema or DTD.
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Mozilla can perform XSLT transformations in much the same way as IE. It relies on a module called TransforMiiX, which you can also use as a standalone processor.
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Both Netscape 8 and Firefox 1.5 add formatting to display raw XML content in much the same way as IE. Figure 4-8 shows an XML document opened within Firefox.
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Determining XML Content
Mozilla is more particular than IE in determining what is and isn t XML. Regardless of the source of the document, Mozilla tries to use the MIME type to determine content type. On platforms with no native MIME support, such as Windows, it uses the file extension. Unlike IE, Mozilla doesn t look at the content of the file in making the determination. Mozilla treats unknown file types as text/plain, even though they may contain XML content. Mozilla checks that XML documents are well formed, and it displays an error in the browser if this isn t the case.
CHAPTER 4 CLIENT-SIDE XML
Mozilla also generates an error when it detects white space above the XML declaration. This is the correct behavior according to the specification. However, IE is not as strict about enforcing this requirement.
Figure 4-8. Raw XML content displayed in Firefox 1.5
Using Proprietary Functionality in Mozilla
Mozilla adheres to W3C recommendations and as such, it doesn t have much proprietary functionality. Like IE, though, it does have native support for XMLHTTP and data islands. Mozilla also supports XML Binding Language (XBL) and XML User Interface Language (XUL). The Mozilla XML Extras project includes support for Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Web Services Description Language (WSDL), MathML, Resource Description Framework (RDF), and SVG. In the future, Mozilla plans to provide full XLink and XPointer support. Let s look a little more closely at XBL and XUL.
CHAPTER 4 CLIENT-SIDE XML
XUL XUL (pronounced zool and rhymes with cool) is a proprietary language created by Mozilla that describes Mozilla user interfaces. You can use XUL to create interfaces containing elements such as form controls, toolbars, and menus. The advantage is that it provides a simple way to define user interface widgets. You might use XUL to add functionality to Mozilla or to create complete applications such as Firefox and Thunderbird. XUL is beyond the scope of this book, but you can find a great introduction to it at http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/XUL_Tutorial. XBL XBL works with XUL to describe the behavior of XUL widgets. Again, Mozilla developed XBL and submitted it as a note to the W3C. It provides similar functionality to IE XML data binding, combined with IE DHTML behaviors. You can find out more about XBL at http:// developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/XUL_Tutorial:Introduction_to_XBL. Native SVG Support 3 introduced you to SVG. The latest version of Firefox, 1.5, includes native SVG for most of the SVG 1.1 recommendation. It doesn t include support for filters, SVG-defined fonts, and declarative animations. Netscape 8 doesn t offer SVG support.
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