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XML and Related Technologies

I've been working with XML since 1998. Although I don't agree with the people who say that XML changes everything and that everything should be in XML, I do believe that XML is an important technology.

General XML Links

W3C XML Links

These links may help your understanding of XML.

XSL Links

Other XML Links

XML Examples


Relax/NG is a schema language that is easier to understand that the W3C XML Schema language and more powerful than DTDs.


  • XML Bible, Elliotte Rusty Harold,
    IDG Books Worldwide, ISBN: 0-7645-3236-7.
    Highly recommended
  • XML Elements of Style, Simon St. Laurent,
    McGraw Hill, ISBN: 0-07-212220-X.
    Highly recommended
  • XML in a Nutshell, Elliote Rusty Harold & W. Scott Means,
    O'Reilly and Associates, ISBN: 0-596-00058-8.
  • Learning XML, Erik T. Ray,
    O'Reilly and Associates, ISBN: 0-596-0046-4.
  • XML Pocket Reference, Robert Eckstein,
    O'Reilly and Associates, ISBN: 1-56592-709-5.
  • XML: Principles, Tools, and Techniques, Dan Connolly (ed)
    World Wide Web Journal, Winter 1997, Vol. 2, No. 4
    O'Reilly, ISBN: 1-56592-349-9.
  • XML Applications, Frank Broumphrey, et al.,
    Wrox Press Ltd., ISBN: 1-861001-52-5.
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