XML for Real Programmers

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Morgan Kaufmann, 2000 - Computers - 462 pages
Rapidly gaining acceptance throughout Internet and enterprise development, XML (or Extensible Markup Language) makes it possible to create customized, reusable standards for displaying
data on the Web. This is a critical new technology for developers of Web sites that require highly flexible display capabilities, as well as the programmers creating the back-end systems on which these sites rely.
XML for Real Programmers is a savvy technical introduction that offers readers both a dynamic view of what XML is and in-depth instruction in the techniques they need to master to put it to work. Filled with real-world examples drawn from three key approaches to XML implementation, this book will be indispensable to developers of all kinds who are ready to begin work on the next generation of practical Web applications.
* Provides a thorough technical introduction to XML-what it is, what it can do, and how to use it to meet serious development challenges
* Demonstrates XML's power as a core part of database-driven, fully distributed, Web-based enterprise systems
* Discusses advantages of and techniques for using XML in conjunction with emerging and established technologies, including CDF, RDF, Java, and relational databases
* Comes with a CD-ROM containing all the example code referred to in the book and third-party software of use to XML developers

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Hoque is an Internet architect and strategist specializing in cutting-edge Web technologies. He currently is working for cozone.com.

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