Provides a set of 3 volume texts designed to provide information to supercharge any XML development project. Paper.
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"The official W3C XML spec-by design-is a concise and formal document. Bob DuCharme has annotated the full text of that spec with explanations, insights and over 170 new usage examples. The result is a marvelous reference for XML users and implementors." — Charles F. Goldfarb
The complete XML standard-as approved by the W3C-explained in detail by a leading XML expert and author!
Serious about XML? No matter what other XML books you own, the final word is the official W3C specification, and you should own a copy. Now there is a guide to the often arcane language of XML, computer science and standards that you find in the official spec-XML: The Annotated Specification. In this book, XML insider Robert DuCharme presents the entire official spec-and all the help and interpretation you need to make the most of it. XML: The Annotated Specification delivers: Extensive annotations to every paragraph of the XML specification: documents, logical structures, physical structures, conformance, notation and more. Over 170 new real-world examples that illuminate every nook and cranny of the spec's subtle details. A comprehensive glossary of relevant XML and computer science terms. All the background information you need to understand XML's goals and ongoing evolution. New cross-reference tables for easy navigation of the annotated spec.
DuCharme doesn't just tell you what's in the XML spec, he reveals why decisions were made as they were; the information you need to achieve maximum results. With XML: The Annotated Specification, you have an authoritative source for the final word on everything XML-and the more you work with the language, the more valuable it will get.About the Author:
David Megginsonis senior architect for Microstar Software, Ltd. of Ontario, CA, publisher of Near & Far Designer and other XML/SGML development tools.
Michael Leventhalis Vice President for Technology at GRIF, S. A. in Oakland, California, a leading developer of XML software solutions.
Robert Ducharmeoversees implementation of SGML systems at Moody's Investor Service, and helped architect the world's largest SGML Web application.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 130203114