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Professional XML is aimed toward seasoned Web or general application developers as a guide for developing sophisticated, real-world XML solutions. As XML gains popularity, developers are looking to implement XML technologies in their Professional XML () cover image Chapter (PDF). Wrox Press Professional XML 2nd ().pdf - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. I am astounded at the vicious, even obscene references to this book! One reviewer was using the book according to him, "defacing the book" in a class, so this may account for the resentment towards the work and its authors.
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It is interesting to see that when I reported the obscene reviews to Amazon, they removed them almost immediately. In any case, the book is covering a subject that is huge and complex.
Furthermore, the specifications for the XML technologies are not static. So it is quite a task to try to cover all of this material in one book. The authors have done a good job of it -- better than most, to be sure. I would say that it would be best to wait to get the third edition that is coming out since this one is a bit dated, but if a reference is required now it is still a very good one to have.
There are many confusing things that are inherent in XML. The authors go out of their way to point out that this confusing issue exists and to help you avoid mixing up the two concepts.
We have to face the fact that the XML Specs are tedious, confusing and difficult to learn at times, and should not take our frustration with the subject out on this book! Childish comments like, "This book is boring", etc. Grow up and get over it!
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I'm using it and finding it to be a very complete, helpful learning tool. One flaw I do notice in the book is that it has a definite MicroSoft slant. This leads to occasional errors like this one: I have bought several xml books and this one has educated me, taught me and interested me the most.
There's no doubt the Wrox technical books are a match to the Oreilley in terms of readability and thoroughness. This book is a little peculiar in that it is written by several people, each contributing a separate chapter. As an introduction, it probably wouldn't be too helpful although that wouldn't be a problem for someone with a programming background. The strengths of the book at least what I've read so far is the discussion of sax v.
Can you believe I have xeroxed the css list of command options in the back--amazingly useful? The variety of writers give a fresh perspective, which can be bad and good.
With the exception of the first few chapters, which give a good overview, the rest of the chapters are a grabbag of subjects, including 4 case studies. These were very useful in learning xml. It also discussed WAP, which may or may not be useful, depending on how much enthusiasm there is for that standard.
For variety's sake, I also bought, XML Unleashed, a bulky book with not as much organization, but just a lot of code unlike the professional xml book, which really explained almost everything well. XML unleashed is helpful, because its topics really don't overlap with professional xml. It discusses SMIL, parsing xml with java xml tools on the market, using asp with xml and different subsets of xml vml, and a variety of other specialized languages specific to one discipline.
Unleashed is good because it contains discussions albeit rather brief of several different languages. Professional XML sticks to explanations and analysis, a lot of microsoft stuff but not asp, and not too much stuff that linux lovers would want to reject the book. It's the best written of the three, although a little bizzare humor sometimes. It was written in late so some things may not be up-to-date however simpson does a good job of emphasizing the things that weren't likely to change.PillPack Pharmacy Simplified.
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Based on patented XML to PDF technology RenderX products are integral to three primary technical applications: Database Reporting Our patented software is used in many industries to generate database reports batch reports. One flaw I do notice in the book is that it has a definite MicroSoft slant. It is also an essential read for developers working on enterprise solutions, who want to know how to use web standards to link applications in an extensible manner, and see how emerging web services functionality can be used to enable interoperability.