[internetworkers] XML book
listboy at clarux.com
Fri Aug 1 13:56:38 EDT 2008
I second Jim's recommendation about the Castro book. Peachpit Press in
general does an amazing job of condensing a tome's worth of highly
detailed technical information into a small book that's easy to
understand. I also recommend Steve Holzer's "Inside XML"; again, dated
but useful, especially since it has good XML programming examples in
several different languages.
On Aug 1, 2008, at 1:46 PM, Jim Allman wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 12:50 PM, <dave.m.parker at gsk.com> wrote:
>> I want to/sort of need to/or at least it would be useful if I could
>> XML. What's the best book to buy for a newby like me?
> For a usable introduction, I like Elizabeth Castro's "XML for the
> World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guide)". It's been out for several
> years, but covers all the basics with vivid examples. Note that this
> is not a complete reference, but more in-depth information is readily
> available on the web.
> I see that Amazon has used copies for under $3.
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