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Where is there a web page that has a good, though fairly short, tutorial on XML ? Our class briefly touched on XML, but we have no references to work from.
 
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Originally posted by Brice Schieltz:
Where is there a web page that has a good, though fairly short, tutorial on XML


Try A Technical Introduction to XML (http://www.arbortext.com/Think_Tank/XML_Resources/A_Technical_Introduction_to_XM/a_technical_introduction_to_xm.html).
I got this link from a very good list of resources at xml.org (http://www.xml.org/xmlorg_resources/whitepapers.shtml).
Both recommended.
- Peter
 
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go to cafe con leche: http://www.ibiblio.org/xml/
look at xml fundamentals
 
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www.W3schools.com got a good review in this forum some time ago. Also ibm seems to have some good tutorials.
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Another great web site that I like to use is ibm's site with all of their tutorials.
visit: http://www.ibm.com/developer/xml/

WebMonkey is another great site: http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/authoring/xml/

XML.com is another great site: http://www.xml.com

There are so many great sites out there!!!
-Ray
 
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www.ibm.com/developer
 
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Checkout http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum31/HTML/000268.html
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