This book introduces XML concepts at an easy to understand level. The chapter I enjoyed the least was the SAX chapter, mostly because the writer had such an outrageously different... Read morePublished on May 4 2004 by Kawika
I can understand why WROX went out of business.
This is just about the worst programming book I have ever read. Read more
hard to read.
too much large.
imposible to finish the book, and to learn nothing with this book.
I gave it 3 stars because it floods you with lot of Information.
In reality this book can easily be reduced (from current 750+ pages) to 400 pages. Read more
See my full comment on XML Bible Gold Edition. Basically, these two books are complementary - one for Coders and the other for Writers/Designers. Read morePublished on March 22 2002 by Chia-heng Yao
Definitely a good book for beginners; also a nice reference guide. Covers XML, Namespaces, DOM, SAX, XSLT, SOAP, Schemas, etc. Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2002 by Darshan Singh
I found this book confusing. I am pretty good with HTML and have some experience programming Visual Basic.
I would not recommend this for beginners. Read more
Editor Jeff Rafter contributes more information to this field than any other person on Earth. I think they should have named this book "XML Perfected, By: Jeff Rafter and... Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2002 by Andrew Solt Prod.