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XML for Dummies, Third Edition
XML lets developers capture, manipulate and exchange virtually any kind of document or data, without loss of integrity. Because XML lets you create common formats for sharing information between devices and platforms--such as mobile phones, Web browsers and company data stores--many experts have begun calling it the "lingua franca," or universal language of the Digital Age ...more
Paperback, 408 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by For Dummies
(first published 1998)
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Looking to upgrade your web pages markup language? Look no further than this book. I got bored with this book early, mainly because I have no page written and published on the web. This book will get you the newest data available on this new format:Extensible Markup Language(XML for short).
A great resource if you're interested in learning about XML, however, basic knowledge of computers is required to get past chapter 1! Since it was written for Office 2003, some of the online reference sites it points to are no longer available, but the overall lesson is still of value.