A little delayed wrap up of E3 is in order. Games, gadgets and entertainment, they were all there. Rigor mortis is gone and everything is starting to decompose, so we will get on with out impressions about the event. Teaming up with Nixie Pixel turned out to be a great success (make sure you also check her E3 Highlights) and the amount of swag collected in just three days was amazing. Headphones, keyboard cleaners, Power balls, Dog tags, T-shirts, sweaters, press kit USB drives and DVD discs, and so on and so on.
E3 Expo or Electronic Entertainment Expo opened. We teamed up with Nixie Pixel and despite all the catastrophic disasters, ranging from erupting volcanoes that prevented air traffic and various oil spills that prevented ship traffic and seafaring, managed to get to Los Angeles on time.
All the major players in the electronic entertainment industry are here, E3 expo is the biggest industry-only event and we are covering it. Of course our focus is on strange, bizarre and insignificant. Big guys are getting their love too, but we are trying to focus on the little, borderline-crazy things, people and booth babes.
Feature is useful if you are writing your XSD schema files or you have XSD schema files and want to create sample XML files for schema elements. Process is the same for generating sample XML files from DTD files.
How to do it. Simple.
- Create a project and add, import or somehow see created, generated XSD files in Project Explorer.
- Select your desired XSD file.
- Right-click and choose Generate->XML File
- New XML File wizard will pop-up where you define where generated file should be saved and what should be it’s name. When desired information is input-ed press Next.
- In Select Root Element window choose root element of your sample XML file. Root element can be any element defined in XSD file you choose to use for generation of the sample XML.
- Set content options and pay special attention to optional attributes & optional elements. Check those if you would like a complete XML sample.
- Name-space information is populated with name-spaces defined in chosen XSD file. You can manipulate the existing name-space information by changing prefix, adding additional name-space or create new name-space.
- Once you are satisfied click Finish.
And presto you have your blank sample XML. Edit it with the information you wish to present and your sample XML is ready. No XMLSpy or any other commercial tools required.
I usually don’t do this, but here goes:
- She did everything for “him” or maybe “her”?
- Satellites should be slim, so they are commercially acceptable for launch.
- Her Englisch is purrfect.
- Swaying of the background vocals.
- Dramatic stop at about 2:15 of the song allowing listener to think about the lyrics.
- Geeks had 3 reasons to get hooked … left, right and … no no … physics, orbit and satellite.
- Maybelline sponsored televoting with free promotional gifts?
- Prepaid phones are available at reasonable price.
- Men actually voted!
- Its not about the voice but about spirit and presentation.