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DevShed: Essential Resources for XML Professionals

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Dec 15, 2000


"I had some difficulty building this list because there are so many XML resources. Therefore, I have chosen to include only those books that I keep within easy reach and consistently turn to when looking for answers, as well as the web sites that I regularly visit for updates on XML. In other words, I have included the resources that contain the most useful information. I trust that they will become some of your favorites."

"... DocBook: The Definitive Guide is indeed a must-read for XML authors who want to explore one of the most popular SGML/XML vocabularies. DocBook is a system that is used primarily to prepare technical documents. Technically speaking, it is an SGML vocabulary maintained by OASIS, but it has been adapted to XML." I had some difficulty building this list because there are so many XML resources. Therefore, I have chosen to include only those books that I keep within easy reach and consistently turn to when looking for answers, as well as the web sites that I regularly visit for updates on XML. In other words, I have included the resources that contain the most useful information. I trust that they will become some of your favorites.

"... Robin Cover started building this impressive database with SGML resources. The list includes software, document, standards and more - anything related to XML or SGML is on this site. I sometimes refer to "The SGML/XML Web Page" as the Yahoo! of XML. ..."

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