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XML Tutorials

 
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Can you guys recommend any good free online XML tutorials, preferably one aimed at someone like myself who has good knowledge of HTML/Javascript and Java.
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Angela,
Goto the following IBM site. In addition to introduction to XML, they also have Advanced XML.
http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/education/xmljava/
Thanks
Raj
 
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Give this a try: http://www.phrantic.com/scoop/tocxml.htm
 
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Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
Can you guys recommend any good free online XML tutorials, preferably one aimed at someone like myself who has good knowledge of HTML/Javascript and Java.
Thank You


Check out Barnes & Noble website, register free for a student account, have fun and learn
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Originally posted by akeel:
Check out Barnes & Noble website, register free for a student account, have fun and learn


Thanks for the info akeel, I just signed up for the next XML course. It sure seems like a great deal. Have you taken any of their courses? Are they any good? I'll post an evaluation report once the course is finished.
 
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Hi
Have a look in http://www.xml101.com
--Gandhi
 
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Angela,
If you are already familiar with HTML and Java, then I would
first reccomend online sites rather than investing in books.
You'll be able to find many online and if there are details
you need some clarity on, then you can move towards 1 or 2
books.
 
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Yes the IBM's site is prety cool to check XML
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Hi Angela,
From the following links we can get XML stuff.
http://www.stud.ifi.uio.no/~lmariusg/download/xml/xml_eng.html http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/xmlIntro.html http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/tutorial/default.asp#top

[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited September 19, 2000).]
 
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Here are some
Java Technology & XML Faq
Birth of XML- a personal collection

The XML software site

xml.apache.org

Happy reading
Ajith
 
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ibm site looks great
 
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