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Although XML (Extensible Markup Language) is outdated for a long time compared with JSON (JavaScript Object Notation), in some areas, as a standard, to be sure, the status of XML still cannot be completely replaced by JSON for a long time.

For example, JSON can implement all functions of XML, and has less storage space requirement, but XML is great at encapsulating data with hierarchical structure which JSON can not match. For example, UI layouts, configuration files, describing the structure of the interface on the web service, etc. Of course, if it is used for data transmission, I still suggest using JSON, after all XML is too fat, which is an industry recognized fact.

As the “Bible” series of Wiley Publishing, XML 1.1 Bible, 3rd Edition was once one of best-selling XML reference book, which provides a large number of XML application examples. This book can be used as a getting started tutorial for learning XML, also can be regarded as the essential and authoritative reference manual for software developer or web designer. I dedicate this book to people in need.

// Table Of Contents //

  • Part I: Introducing XML
    • Chapter 1: An Eagle’s Eye View of XML (no examples in this chapter)
    • Chapter 2: XML Applications
    • Chapter 3: Your First XML Document
    • Chapter 4: Structuring Documents
    • Chapter 5: Attributes, Empty Tags, and XSL
    • Chapter 6: Well-Formed XML Documents
  • Part II: Document Type Definitions
    • Chapter 7: Document Type Definitions and Validity
    • Chapter 8: Element Declarations
    • Chapter 9: Attribute Declarations
    • Chapter 10: Entity Declarations
    • Chapter 11: Namespaces
  • Part III: Style Sheets
    • Chapter 12: CSS Style Sheets
    • Chapter 13: CSS Layouts
    • Chapter 14: CSS Text Styles
    • Chapter 15: XSL Transformations
    • Chapter 16: XSL Formatting Objects
  • Part IV: Supplemental Technologies
    • Chapter 17: XLinks
    • Chapter 18: XPointers
    • Chapter 19: XInclude
    • Chapter 20: Schemas
  • Part V: XML Applications
    • Chapter 21: XHTML
    • Chapter 22: Modular XHTML
    • Chapter 23: RDDL
    • Chapter 24: Scalable Vector Graphics
    • Chapter 25: Designing a New XML Application

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