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Old 12-16-2006, 01:21 PM   #1
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LXer: Why StAX'ing up XML is the new Java Standard


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In Part 1 - An introduction to StAX you can learn about how StAX has become the latest standard for processing XML in the Java language. This article is very popular and has recieved 305 diggs thus far. Part 2 of StAX'ing up XML, you can delve deeper into the event iterator-based API and explore its benefits to Java developers. In the final article of the 3 Part series, you'll see how to create custom event classes and use them to process XML with the event iterator-based API.

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