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Create consistency on the Web, or tag your data for different purposes
Tag XML is it! XML tags let you share your format as well as your data, and this handy guide will show you how. You'll soon be using this markup language to create everything from Web sites to business forms, discovering schemas and DOCTYPES, wandering the Xpath, teaming up XML with Office 2003, and more.
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This book makes for a very good intoduction to XML, it points out the basics, and thats all you really need to know, XML is very simple. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2003 by Wyatt Watkins
Unfortunutely I purchased this book without scanning further for the other volumes of this book.
Great book but too old as it includes no information about Schemas or Web... Read more
The author may know his stuff. In fact, he may know it too well to teach it, as this book is full of terms and acronyms that are used within the text before being fully explained. Read morePublished on July 24 2003 by Joey Morgan
If you know absolutely nothing about XML, this book will give you one person's perspective of the topic landscape, but don't take it as gospel. Read morePublished on July 17 2003
This book didn't ring my chimes.... the examples were not fully explained and there seemed to be gaps in the theory. Big thumbs down.Published on May 19 2003 by Avid Indy Reader
While most of the Dummies series has been very good when it comes to jump starting someone, this clearly is the low point. Read morePublished on April 2 2002 by "givanj"
Repetitious book - XML products listed in three different places at least... Repeated web site addresses ad nauseum. Read morePublished on June 24 2001
I have read many computer books in my days and this is the worst, hands-down. It mentions topics in a seemly random order, offers only the briefest of explanations when it does... Read morePublished on June 12 2001 by markhab