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Fabien Gandon (Intervention), Catherine Faron (Intervention), Olivier Corby (Intervention)
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DOI : 10.60527/y5kp-fg42
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Fabien Gandon, Catherine Faron, Olivier Corby. Inria. (2016, 8 septembre). 2. Separating Presentation and Content , in 1. Principles of a Web of Linked Data. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://doi.org/10.60527/y5kp-fg42. (Consultée le 15 juin 2024)

2. Separating Presentation and Content

Réalisation : 8 septembre 2016 - Mise en ligne : 13 novembre 2018
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Descriptif

We now consider one of the first evolutions of the web, to separate the presentation and the content.

In 1996, CSS, standing for Cascading Style Sheet, appears and allows people to separate the content of a webpage and the way it's going to be presented. You have an example here of the CSS Zen Garden website, where there is only one HTML content, but different CSS style sheets presenting the same content in different ways...

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PARSER

In the context of this MOOC, a parser is a software enabling programs to read the content of a (text) file in order to get that content into its own data structures.

You can see parser as software components that can be reused by programmers especially when, as it is the case with XML, the file format was standardized. For instance there exist XML parsers for many different programming languages.


See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsing#Parser


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