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DevShed: Essential Resources for XML Professionals

by ServerWatch Staff

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.

"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."

"... 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. ..."

This article was originally published on Friday Dec 15th 2000
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