Saturday, December 16, 2006

XML Programming Books

  • XML in a Nutshell -- If you're a developer working with XML, you know there's a lot to know about XML, and the XML space is evolving almost moment by moment. But you don't need to commit every XML syntax, API, or XSLT transformation to memory;
  • Learning XML -- Although Learning XML covers XML rather broadly, it nevertheless presents the key elements of the technology with enough detail to familiarize the reader with this crucial markup language. This guide is brief enough to tackle in a weekend.
  • XML in 60 Minutes a Day -- Text provides 16 one hour lessons that quickly get you up to speed on many of XML's capabilities. Learn how to build your own Web site and custom XML documents in no time. Includes index.
  • Beginning XML -- Beginning XML provides a complete course in the Extensible Markup Language (XML) with an unusually gradual learning curve. Despite its recognition of the fuzziness of readers' understanding of the technology, the book delivers a rather comprehensive study of XML.

  • XML Tutorial
    -- Perhaps the best tutorial to start learning XML. In this XML tutorial you will learn what XML is and the difference between XML and HTML. You will also learn how to start using XML in your applications.
  • A Technical Introduction to XML
    -- This introduction to XML presents the Extensible Markup Language at a reasonably technical level for anyone interested in learning more about structured documents. In addition to covering the XML 1.0 Specification, this article outlines related XML specifications, which are evolving.
  • XML Overview
    -- HTML and XML, Namespaces, XInclude, and XML Base, DTD, XML Schema, and DSD, XLink, XPointer, and XPath, XSL and XSLT, XQuery, DOM, SAX, and JDOM - programming for XML
  • Kickstart XML Tutorial
    -- In this tutorial you will learn what XML is about. You'll understand the basic XML syntax. An you will know what's needed to make XML usable. You won't be an XML expert after following this kickstart tutorial. But you'll understand the basics of XML. And you'll be able to understand XML Documents and most of XML DTD's.
  • XQuery
    -- Queries on XML documents - generalizing relational data, The XQuery language - the canonical notation, XQuery concepts, XML databases - implemenating XQuery, From XQuery to SQL - mapping queries
  • XML Introduction
    -- Well Formed XML, Valid XML, Parsing XML, XML Software

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