Benefits of XML

What Is XML - Extensible Markup Language?

What Is XML?
XML stand for Extensible Markup Language. The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is the universal language for data on the web.

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a technology which allows us to create our own markup language.

Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents are universally accepted as a standard way of representing information in platform and language independent manner.

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is universal standard for information interchange.

Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents can be created in any language and can be used in any language.

What Are the Benefits of XML?
The Benefits of using XML on the web -
1.      Simplicity - It is very easy to read and understand.
2.      Extensibility - There is no fixed set of tags and the tags can be created as per your needed.
3.      Openness - It is a W3C standard, endorsed by software industry market leaders.
4.      Self-description - XML documents can be stored without such definitions, because they contain Meta data in the form of tags and attributes.
5.      Contains machine-readable context information
6.      Separates content from presentation
7.      Supports multilingual documents and Unicode
8.      Facilitates the comparison and aggregation of data
9.      Can embed multiple data types
10.  Can embed existing data

Is XML case sensitive?
Yes, XML is a case sensitive language.

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