- XML in 10 points from W3C
- XML, XLink, Namespace, DTD, Schema, CSS, XHTML ... If you are
new to XML, it may be hard to know where to begin. This summary
in 10 points attempts to capture enough of the basic concepts to
enable a beginner to see the forest through the trees. And if you
are giving a presentation on XML, why not start with these 10
- A collaborative partnership between Seybold Publications and
Songline Studios, an affiliate of O'Reilly & Associates.
- Free XML tools
- A frequently-updated and hopefully complete index of free XML tools,
with much metadata about the tools to make them easier to locate.
- Java Technology and XML - Portable Code, Portable Data
- Description of JAXP - the Java API for XML Parsing
- The Apache XML Project
- Includes four sub-projects:
- Xerces - XML parsers in Java, C++, and Perl
- Xalan - XSLT stylesheet processors in Java and C++
- Cocoon - XML-based web publishing, in Java
- FOP - XSL formatting objects, in Java
- All the XML books in print
- The father of *ML - Charles Goldfarb lists the books he knows of.
- Morphon XML Editor
- The Morphon XML Editor is an XML editor which lets you
easily create and modify XML documents. It makes sure
your document is a correct one (considering the DTD you
are using) and presents the data in a user friendly way. It is written in Java.
- Cafe con Leche XML News and Resources
- Up-to-date news and links.
- IBM developerWorks XML Zone
- Tools, products, articles, and more.
Most recent modification: 2002 September 4
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