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XML All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies
by Richard Wagner, Richard Mansfield "Throughout the past decade, a myriad of technologies have been touted as the "next big thing..." (more)
SIPs: coffee element, empty template rules, scrumptous breakfast cooked, most obnoxious master chef, following template rule (more)
CAPs: Visual Studio, Internet Explorer, Kenneth Branagh, William Shakespeare, Guatemalan Express (more)


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Book Description
* The complete solution! This revolution in product design incorporates 6 books in 1 straightforward desk reference. Provides in depth coverage of the many features and specifications of XML, the data interchange standard of choice.
* XML All in One For Dummies is a true desk reference designed to guide readers through the features and specifications of the leading edge XML dialects and help them develop their own custom Web applications all under one cover.
* Covers XML basics, using DTD's with XML, XML namespaces, XML schemas, styling XML documents, XML's linking languages, XML tools, using XML in the real world, and more.
* The first two editions of XML For Dummies have sold more than 85,000 units.
* According to Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer "XML will become the universal medium by which Web sites and users of Web sites communicate."
* Written by NIIT a global training, IT consulting and software development organization. NIIT trains over 150,000 individuals each year in Information Technology areas.
* The For Dummies series a repeat winner, now with more than 100 million books in print.

Book Info
One-stop guide to understanding and using all of XML's features and specifications. Includes 7 minibooks, covering: describing data with XML, defining XML structures, presenting XML, transforming XML, working with the X-team, processing XML, and XML Web services. Softcover.

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Product Details
  • Paperback: 672 pages
  • Publisher: For Dummies (June 16, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0764516531
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.4 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds. (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: based on 3 reviews.
  • Amazon.com Sales Rank: #11,071 in Books
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coffee element, empty template rules, scrumptous breakfast cooked, most obnoxious master chef, following template rule, following stylesheet, entree element, name child element, selects the context node, select attribute variable, using literal text, fat filet mignon, following memorable line, attribute value templates, page sequence master, little mentally ill, hide namespaces, sel ect attribute, use the following declaration, ease element, xsl stylesheet, block formatting, ending resource, custom data types, preceding schema
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Visual Studio, Internet Explorer, Kenneth Branagh, William Shakespeare, Guatemalan Express, Visual Basic, Load Dim, Kenyan Elephantismo, Ethiopian Sunset Supremo, Public Function, Imports System, Costa Rican Deacon, Salami Slice, Elephant Ears, End Function, Little Princess, Curiously Mild And Bland, Latin America, Princess Bride, Patrick Doyle, Solution Explorer, Times New Roman, Gusto Spaghetti, Chicken Parmashaun, Jerk Chicken
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

Sloppy editing, details glossed over, July 6, 2004
Reviewer:"dex3703" (Federal Way, WA USA) - See all my reviews
Though the book covers material quickly and lucidly, the editing is very sloppy and key details are omitted. For example, in discussing using the ID datatype for attributes in DTDs, it omits a key detail: a number isn't an XML name, and to get around this, prepend an _. The example given even shows a useage that won't work! The O'Reilly book of a classmate included this. Elsewhere the text discusses examples that aren't in the book and seem left over from a previous edition, and reading the text is distracting for the grammatical errors.

In general it appears that the book was thrown together in a big hurry, which is a shame, as it's a very likeable book and would be great if the information was correct.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

Learn the Full XML Story, January 16, 2004
Reviewer:John Paul Mueller (Wisconsin) - See all my reviews
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The author's have done an outstanding job in writing the book. I found that even the mundane details were covered in the right place and with a little humor. The coverage starts out very simple, so many people won't use the beginning chapters extensively. However, as the book progresses, the coverage becomes more technical and I think that most people will find the authors have covered most of the XML details that any developer will need. The authors also discuss some of the details that other books leave out, such as the default namespaces. Little bits of information like this make the difference between a book that merely teaches and one that really helps. This book has something for everyone. Novices will get the most out of the book, but even advanced readers will receive some benefit. The thing I like the best is that the book is arranged as a quick reference--something that makes it especially useful when you're trying to complete a project and need to know some detail you've forgotten.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

Know nothing about XML, it's OK, December 11, 2003
Reviewer:"tamerbadr5" (Woodland Hills, CA United States) - See all my reviews
Before reading the book, I was knowing nothing about XML, but after reading a few chapters, I got familiar with the technology.
The book is good for XML first timers, also if you know a little bit about it, but it's not enough if you need to be professional.

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