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reference for XML

 
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hello all,
I'm really interested in XML, XSL and friends.
But I'm a newbie in it, just starting to learn it.
So, anybody can give me the right direction to start ?
Where can I find good references and tutorial for it ?
Thanks in advance
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Great, u can start by reading Wrox books which are just the best among all search for them at http://www.wrox.com, also XML.com, XSL.com
 
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I rather like the XML Pocket Reference by Robert Eckstein, published by O'Reilly - a compact reference with some tutorial aspects.
Bill
 
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You can also check out this site: http://www.xml101.com/
 
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Thanks a lot...
I'll check out those references ...
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I guess w3schools.com is a very good site check out that first then take any other book for beginers like step by step XML by Young.I believe u will be on the right track.Good luck
 
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I agree that w3schools.com is a good starting point. Very good tutorials on DOM and XML. I also agree that the Wrox books are an excellent resource. Especially Michael Kay's XSLT reference.
 
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Checkout the Javaranch XML links page !!
 
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Hi Sophia
the good sites that i found are
w3schools.com,www.wdvl.com,www.topxml.com
Regards
Rajesh

Originally posted by Sophia Oscario:
hello all,
I'm really interested in XML, XSL and friends.
But I'm a newbie in it, just starting to learn it.
So, anybody can give me the right direction to start ?
Where can I find good references and tutorial for it ?
Thanks in advance


 
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