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RSS and AJAX: A Simple News Reader (6 tags)
Paul Sobocinksi combines RSS and AJAX to build a simple, in-browser news reader that you can deploy on any website.

Processing XML with Xerces and the DOM (5 tags)
It's rare to write an application these days and not run into the use of XML as a data interchange format. Perl, Java, Python, C#, Ruby, JavaScript, and PHP all have good XML processing libraries. Where's the love for C++ applications? It's in Xerces, a capable and open source library. Ethan McCallum shows how to use Xerces and C++ to process, manipulate, search, and write valid XML.

Using Log Parser 2.2 (3 tags)
Log Parser is one cool tool, and it can help you analyze all kinds of logs with ease. Mitch Tulloch, author of Windows Server Hacks, shows you where to get it and how to make the most of it.

Parsing and Writing QuickTime Files in Java (3 tags)
Writing QuickTime files in Java is easy, if you understand the file format. Chris Adamson argues that it makes a lot of sense. This article explains how the file format works, demonstrating how to read and write to QT files.

Just Use Media Types? (2 tags)
In his latest Restful Web column, Joe Gregorio implements a set of Python functions for doing the right thing--analyzing, parsing, and matching--with HTTP request media types.