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Definitive XML Schema (Charles F. Goldfarb Definitive Xml Series)
Priscilla Walmsley
0130655678
December 2001
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The authoritative XML Schema reference and tutorial! Leverage the full power of XML Schema! In-depth coverage of the approved W3C Recommendation Schema design—practical and thorough Transition help for experienced DTD developers Authoritative! By Priscilla Walmsley—a member of the W3C XML Schema Working GroupTo leverage the full power of XML, companies need shared vocabularies to base their documents and scripts upon. XML Schema makes it possible to create those shared vocabularies-and Definitive XML Schema is the authoritative guide to the standard! Written by Priscilla Walmsley, a member of the W3C working group that created XML Schema, this book explains the W3C Recommendation with unprecedented insight and clarity—and introduces practical techniques for writing schemas to support any B2B, Web...


XML Web Kit
Charles F. Goldfarb
0130217522
June 1999
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Book Info
Provides three texts: The XML Handbook, XML by Example, and the XML and SGML Cookbook. Designed to help you build XML Web applications--skills, code, tools, and resources. Softcover. CD-ROM included.

From the Back Cover
The Definitive XML Series From Charles F. Goldfarb XML Web Kit, Second Edition The XML skills, tools, code, & resources you need for Web development! The XML Handbook Charles F. Goldfarb Paul Prescod The in-depth, reader-friendly resource for XML and the Brave New Web of smart structured data and e-commerce! Discover what XML is and what it can do, and how it differs from HTML; then master the handful of vital concepts you must understand to get powerful results - fast! Learn the secrets of successful real-world applications and experience XML development...


Charles F. Goldfarb's XML Handbook
Charles F. Goldfarb
0130651982
November 2001
Paperback
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The proven XML resource: applications, products, technologies, and tutorials! Revised and enlarged-latest standards and trends: schemas, datatypes, XSL, voice, wireless Two CD-ROMs: 175 genuinely free software packages, including the IBM alphaWorks suite Web services: SOAP, WSDL, UDDIFREE Trial Version TurboXML IDE & Schema EditorFREE NeoCore XMS Native XML Database—Personal Edition100,000 copies in printADOBE FrameMaker + SGML-FREE TRYOUTThe proven resource for the Semantic Web and Web Services—100,000 copies in six languages!Developers, managers, consultants, and VCs rely on its technical accuracy, accessible writing style, and broad and deep coverage.Learn XMLStart by learning what XML is, why it came to be, how it differs from HTML, and the handful of vital concepts that you must understand to apply...


Charles F. Goldfarb's XML Handbook
Charles F. Goldfarb
0130497657
November 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
When Paul Prescod and I wrote the first edition of this book-;six years and over 100,000 copies ago-;XML was brand new and the subject of extraordinary hype. It promised to provide universal data interchange, revolutionize publishing on the Web, and transform distributed computing. Those claims were amazing in the extent of their promised impact, but even more so in the diversity of the areas affected. More amazing yet, the claims have been fulfilled-;even exceeded as XML has lept from the server to the desktop to appear in every office suite. With the support of the entire computer industry, an XML-based infrastructure is being constructed for modern computing; indeed, for modern business itself. In many ways, though, the construction site resembles the Tower of Babel. The professionals in the areas affected...


XSLT 2.0 Web Development
Dmitry Kirsanov
0131406353
Mar 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Introduction Why this book is needed I am left with the feeling that all of the sites I have created are 50% elegance, and 50% nasty kludge. This quote from a recent Slashdot discussion on PHP development resonated with the audience. Indeed, as many would attest, a web site usually starts simple but quickly grows into a complex, convoluted mess -; where you are afraid of making a change for fear of breaking something else. Why should a web site so quickly become a nightmare of unmaintainable code, visual and semantic inconsistencies, and outright errors embarrassingly visible to the whole world? Many reasons could be quoted, from limitations specific to the particular web development platforms (such as PHP, ASP, or Perl) to fundamental drawbacks of the web site as an application paradigm. This book is devoted...


The XML Handbook
Charles F. Goldfarb
0130811521
June 1998
Paperback
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Book Review
With its two high-profile authors, this XML guide promises to be the most authoritative on the market. Charles Goldfarb invented SGML, the massive and immensely powerful mark-up language on which both HTML and XML are based. Paul Prescod is a top XML consulting engineer and a member of the World Wide Web Consortium XML team.

Unlike too many high-end authorities, Goldfarb and Prescod communicate with nonexperts in a friendly, engaging style, making their book well suited to mark-up language beginners. They describe what a mark-up language is, what XML is, how it works, and its advantages to users of the World Wide Web.

In the second section, the authors focus on the specific benefits of XML, showing both by discussion and by example how XML can make all types of electronic business easier and more efficient. Part 3 gets...



XML Handbook with CD-ROM
Charles F. Goldfarb
0130147141
January 2000
Paperback
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Book Review
Learning the basics of the XML language is one thing; understanding how it really can be used in today's commercial applications is quite another. The third edition of The XML Handbook compiles the XML strategies of over two dozen companies, to provide a unique look at how XML is being used right now.

Coauthored by Charles F. Goldfarb, the author of SGML--the parent markup specification of XML--this book comprises two parts. In the first, the XML language is explained in the broader context of SGML, and markup in general. The real heart of the book, however, is in part two. This much larger section is a collection of topical expositions on XML that are sponsored by companies such as Sun, IBM, Adobe, and Microsoft--giving the reader a look at a broad spectrum of XML strategies and uses.

The introductory...



XML in Office 2003: Information Sharing with Desktop XML
Charles F. Goldfarb
013142193X
August 2003
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Book Description
What do you give the software that has everything? XML, of course! Microsoft Office is the most successful productivity product in the history of computers, with over 300 million users around the world. Few of them use all of the features in Office now, so why add something new? It wasn't just the needs of the information worker that motivated this extraordinary enhancement to Office, it was the needs of the information itself. Thanks to the Internet, local networks, business integration and the very ubiquity of Office, key enterprise data is not available in one convenient place. Some of it is in managed central stores, but much more is in desktop systems, departmental repositories, and even in the systems of vendors and customers. Past versions of Office have provided tools for coping with this problem, but...


The XML Handbook
Charles F. Goldfarb
013055068X
October 2000
Paperback
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Book Review
Learning the basics of the XML language is one thing; understanding how it really can be used in today's commercial applications is quite another. The third edition of The XML Handbook compiles the XML strategies of over two dozen companies, to provide a unique look at how XML is being used right now.

Coauthored by Charles F. Goldfarb, the author of SGML--the parent markup specification of XML--this book comprises two parts. In the first, the XML language is explained in the broader context of SGML, and markup in general. The real heart of the book, however, is in part two. This much larger section is a collection of topical expositions on XML that are sponsored by companies such as Sun, IBM, Adobe, and Microsoft--giving the reader a look at a broad spectrum of XML strategies and uses.

The introductory...



Definitive XML Application Development
Lars Marius Garshol
0130889024
December 2001
Paperback
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From the Back Cover
Complete developer's guide to XML programming by a leading XML developer Teaches core concepts using Python for examples Shows how to apply concepts in Java(tm) DOM, SAX, XSLT, XPath, schemas, and much more Plus a quick Python introduction for experienced developersThe start-to-finish guide to XML development for every experienced developer!In this book, leading XML developer Lars Marius Garshol covers every essential aspect of XML programming, from basic principles through advanced techniques, utilizing DOM, SAX, XSLT, XPath, schemas, and other key XML standards. Garshol presents scores of code examples based on Python, a cross-platform language that is exceptionally well suited for XML development. Garshol also presents new insights into XML application design and optimization, as well as complete sample...


SGML Buyer's Guide: A Unique Guide to Determining Your Requirements and Choosing the Right SGML and XML Products and Services with Cdrom
Charles F. Goldfarb
0136815111
November 1997
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From the Back Cover
The SGML Buyer's Guide helps experts and beginners analyze their publishing processes, then evaluate and choose the best SGML tools and services for their specific needs.This book provides the most detailed, well-organized list of SGML tools and services available. It includes detailed information about specialized tools and services, as well as an exclusive new methodology for streamlining your organization's publishing processes. The CD-ROM includes demos, free software, and extensive up-to-date information about SGML.Publishing managers, information professionals, and systems integrators.


SGML Handbook
Charles F. Goldfarb
0198537379
February 1991
Hardcover
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Book Description
The Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) is a revolutionary innovation designed to improve the productivity and competitiveness of all computers. It greatly facilitates the sharing of data and the integration of diverse types of software, yielding a new era of efficiency and
flexibility. This guide to SGML is written by the inventor of the language. In it he gives his thoughts on each clause of the widely adopted international standard, and explains every detail for the benefit of computer users. The handbook also includes the up-to-date amended full text of ISO
8879, extensively annotated, cross-referenced and indexed, along with additional tutorial and reference material. The book will be invaluable for all those involved in the development of SGML applications and the implementation of SGML...

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