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  • XML - Managing Data Exchange (Wikibooks)

    This book provides a detailed description of XML, its origins, its programming, and its uses on the Internet today. This book also provides exercises with which to test the knowledge you have gained through the deliberate study of its contents..

  • Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath (G. Ken Holman)

    This book is primarily a practical reference book for professional XSLT developers. It assumes no previous knowledge of the language, and many developers have used it as their first introduction to XSLT; however, it is not structured as a tutorial, and there are other books on XSLT that provide a gentler approach for beginners.

  • Processing XML with Java: A Guide to SAX, DOM, JDOM, JAXP

    A complete guide to writing Java programs that read and write XML documents. Shows developers how to save XML documents, read XML documents, communicate with network servers that send and receive XML data, and integrate XSLT into their programs.

  • Programming XML with C# (Mahesh Chand)

    This book is a step-by-step tutorial for beginners and students who want to learn XML programming using C# language. It is recommended that you have some programming experience using any of the object-oriented languages such as C++, Pascal, or Java.

  • A Technical Introduction to XML (Norman Walsh, et al)

    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.

  • Open XML Explained (Wouter van Vugt)

    In this book you will be provided a detailed overview of the three major markup languages in Open XML. This book is written for those who have a basic understanding of XML or HTML. It's for a software architect or developer who needs to build document-centric solutions.

  • O'Reilly® DocBook 5: The Definitive Guide (Norman Walsh, et al)

    This book assumes a working knowledge of SGML, though basic concepts are described during the introduction. Later reference sections present a wide range of DocBook "entities." Character entities, codes used to describe diacritics and mathematical symbols, are also listed.

  • The XML CD Bookshelf - 7 Bestselling Books

    This collection provides convenient online access to seven indispensable XML books - over 3,000 pages of useful reference and tutorials in a convenient format accessible from any web browser.

  • What is the Text Encoding Initiative? (Lou Burnard)

    This simple and straightforward book is intended to help the beginner make their own choices from the full range of Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) options. It explains the XML technology used by the TEI in language accessible to the non-technical readers.

  • Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days (Steven Holzner)

    This book offers hundreds of real-world examples demonstrating the uses of XML and the newest tools developers need to make the most of it. Starts from basic syntax, and discusses XML document structure, document types, and the benefits of XML Schema.

  • WML and WML Script (Vijay Mukhi)

    This book offers an introduction to building pages for the wireless Web page with WML and WMLScript. It capatilizes on the pedagogy of the beginner guide series and includes modules, one-minute drills, annotated code and an analysis section.

  • XML WebServices and SOAP (Vikram Ramchand, Sonal Mukhi)

    This book is an introduction to XML Web Services and the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP).

  • O'Reilly® XForms Essentials (Micah Dubinko)

    This book explains the how and why of XForms, showing readers how to take advantage of them without having to write their own code.

  • RSS and Atom: Understanding Content Feeds and Syndication

    The book then goes on to examine the richness and complexity of RSS 1.0 and 1.1, again covering both how design decisions were made, then covering the XML structure in depth.

  • O'Reilly® Modern SVG: A Curated Collection

    This collection shows you how to use the XML-based SVG vector image format for two-dimensional graphics that support interactivity and animation. You can create and edit SVG images with drawing software or with any text editor.

  • O'Reilly® SVG Essentials (J. David Eisenberg)

    This book takes you through the ins and outs of SVG, beginning with basics needed to create simple line drawings and then moving through more complicated features like filters, transformations, and integration with Java, Perl, and XSLT.

  • Learn SVG: The Web Graphics Standard (Jon Frost, Stefan Goessner)

    This book is presented in a workbook-like format that lends itself to people who want both a solid foundation in the main aspects of SVG and who are willing to get their hands dirty with the fertile soil that SVG has to offer.

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