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Author: Liam Quin
ISBN: 0782128475
Pages: 1155 pages
Publisher: Sybex Inc (May 14, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Size ePUB: 1146 kb
Size Fb2: 1669 kb
Size DJVU: 1999 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 725
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Subcategory: Technologies

e-Book Mastering XML Premium Edition epub download

by Liam Quin



by. Liam Quin (Author). SOAP protocol and its uses with existing component architectures, COM, CORBA, Java Beans, C++ ACE Network programming, but nooooooooooooo! In Summary, this book is fill, and superficial.

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Liam Quin is the XML Activity Lead at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the publishers of the XML specification itself. Liam has worked with XML, and with its ancestor SGML, since 1987, and with digital typography and text formatting since 1982. Before joining W3C, his consulting clients included Wiley, Open Text and Bombardier; he also worked at SoftQuad Inc. in Toronto. Liam is an experienced speaker and trainer, and also consults on XML projects. He contributed six chapters to Beginning XML (Wrox, 2012)

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Chuck White, Liam Quin, Linda Burman. XML provides a way of structuring data so that it can be exchanged between Web sites running on different platforms.

Chuck White, Liam Quin, Linda Burman. This text contains information on aspects of XML development including XHTML. More).

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Quin is now XML Activity Lead, the staff contact to the XML Core working group (it's responsible for XML specifications) and alternate contact for the . It was written by Chuck White and Quin.

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Filled with a wealth of information relevant to exchanging data between web sites running on different platforms, an updated guide contains new chapters, case studies, and an extensive section that discusses real-world usage of XML. Original. (Intermediate/Advanced)
Sironynyr
This book is thick, nearly 1300 pages. But do not let the size and title fool you, this book does exlain the chapter topic contents well, but I rated it three stars and here is why?
1. Chapters too short: The introduction to XML Schemas is only four pages and the Writing XML Schemas section is only about five pages, too short, that is one star minus.
2. SOAP/XML section too short, does not produce full fledged samples on how to use this HTTP/XML technology in its soon to be replacement of the DCOM wire protocol for COM and IIOP for CORBA.
3. Why does this book hold a thick chapter on XML Tools? Who cares? I would have like to have seen the length of the XML Tools chapter eliminated in favor of extending the chapter/section on XML Schemas, XMI- Extensible Metadata Interchange, and XSLT, and perhaps a chapter or two or three on beginning, intermediate, and advances XML Parser construction in both C++ and Java side by side, so as to appreciate the third party vendors, as well as beefing up your compiler/parser/generator programming skills in the XML world.
4. Mastering is not appropriate title, more like Superficial learning.
5. Content Ok, Font settings OK on the eye, but way to much third party XML support technologies that one may never use. This book should have focused on more XML syntax samples than what is already in the book, the XMI chapter should have been included, the XML Schemas should have its own lengthy but fulfilling chapter, XSLT vs CSS should have been investigated more, Object persistance support for C++ and Java class objects in the XML would have been smarter to include. SOAP protocol and its uses with existing component architectures, COM, CORBA, Java Beans, C++ ACE Network programming, but nooooooooooooo!
In Summary, this book is fill, and superficial. Indeed disappointing, I know of one book and another on the horizon due out in the upcoming months, both from Addison-Wesley, first is Modeling XML Applications in UML or something to this effect and the other upcoming title, is XML Nitty Gritty...
Jaberini
I often tried to understand what XML is through several published tutorials on the web. With my ASP knowledge I thought this topic would be easy to explain but I could not make sense of what they tried to tell me in these tutorials until I bought this book. It was then clear that XML is not as easy to explain in a couple of pages as HTML is. This book does a thorough job in teaching you step by step what XML is about and how you can put it to use in the real world.
Matty
I have read many a book on XML and nothing quite captures the essence of XML quite like this book. Packed full of real world case studies and tons of information on everything from Java to XPath. Quite a useful book if you are looking to get up to speed on almost anything XML you can imagine. The layout of the book is great and the text is easy to read. All in all you cant go wrong with this book if you need an XML companion and you develop software with XML
Use_Death
Sorry guy's, one of the poorest books ever read.

Just good for using it as Monitor base.

Atention: 0.99 is too much money for it !!!!!
Sharpbinder
Well, one of these people is a friend of mine, so i figured i'd pop in and give the book a good rating. I am going to get my own copy once I can fit it in my house.
Ghile
This is the most comprehensive and up to date XML book I have seen yet. It offers a tremendous range of online resources and I find myself referencing it continually. The introductory chapters make XML accessible to programmers and non-programmers alike and it only gets better from there. If you can only buy one book on XML, this is definitely the one to get.