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Beginning XML, 3rd ed.

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Beginning XML, 3rd ed.

Ed. by David Hunter et al.

John Wiley & Sons


995 pages




This guide explains the rules for constructing extensible markup language (XML), introduces document type definitions (DTDs) and XML schemas, discusses strategies for storing and retrieving XML documents, and describes programming with the document object model (DOM) and simple API for XML (SAX). The third edition adds chapters on Relax NG, XQuery, RSS, and SVG.

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