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XML Demystified

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XML Demystified, 9780072262100 (0072262109), McGraw-Hill, 2005
The fast and easy way to learn XML

Start programming in XML right away using this easy-to-follow guide. XML Demystified explains how to build XML web applications that work on any platform or browser. Step-by-step instructions with lots of examples help you learn quickly.

This one-of-a-kind self-teaching text offers:

  • An easy way to understand XML
  • A quiz at the end of each chapter
  • A final exam at the end of the book
  • No unnecessary technical jargon
  • A time-saving approach

The book begins by introducing you to the building blocks of XML. Then, you'll learn about XML documents, document type definitions (DTDs), XML schema, XLink, XPath, XPointer, XSLT, XML parsers, RSS, XQuery, and MSXML. Featuring end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam, this book will have you creating XML applications in no time.

Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student, XML Demystified is your shortcut to mastering this powerful programming language.

About the Author

Jim Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University and Saint Peter's College in Jersey City, New Jersey. He developed the e-commerce track at Columbia University. Keogh has spent decades developing applications for major Wall Street corporations and is the author of more than 60 books, including J2EE: The Complete Reference, Java Demystified, ASP.NET Demystified, Data Structures Demystified, and others in the Demystified series.

Ken Davidson is a Columbia University faculty member in the computer science department. In addition to teaching, Davidson develops applications for major corporations in both Java and C++.

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