Xml: The Complete Reference

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2001 - XML (Document markup language) - 965 pages
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This complete reference covers a very broad range of topics--including XML parsers, validators, schemas, DTDs, style sheets (both XSL and CSS), namespaces, XLink and XPointers, XBase, and XML Queries. In addition, several supporting standards, including the Resource Description Framework (RDF), XML Digital Sigs, Synchronized Markup Languages, and Scalable Vector Graphics formats are addressed.

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XML holds promise for fields as diverse as data transfer, information modeling, and web deployment, so stating that any guide is "complete" will undoubtedly get the author in trouble. Williamson comes ... Read full review

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