Good XML Book
david-b at pacbell.net
Mon May 10 21:57:57 BST 1999
"Khazanovich, Zev" wrote:
> I would recommend
> "The XML Companion" by Neil Bradley
> Published by Addison-Wesley
> ISBN: 0-201-34285-5
> This is an excellent book for beginners.
> It covers such topics as XML,DTD,XLL,CSS,XSL,SAX,DOM,RDF
> And provides explanations and examples in a very
> clear language; an important quality, which, in my opinion, is
> missing in most XML books.
I know a lot of folk who liked this one in particular, since
it was relatively concise and free of fluff.
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