XSLT 2.0 Web Development

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Prentice Hall, Professional Technical Reference, 2004 - Computers - 406 pages
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Covering all stages of an XML Web site project, this practical book describes the entire process of planning, implementing, and maintaining the site as an XML-based information system. Ideal for working Web developers new to XML bug eager to learn and leverage its benefits, this title simplifies XML and XSLT and boils them down to just those elements that are needed.

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XML and the
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The source definition
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Tables
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

DMITRY KIRSANOV has been writing about Internet technologies since 1994. His virtual design studio, www.kirsanov.com, has served customers from 17 countries. He wrote the WebReference online column “Dmitry's Design Lab,” exploring leading-edge creative and technical issues related to web design. He is a contributor to the best-selling HTML Unleashed, Professional Edition (SAMS).

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