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Paperback Verified download. I love all of the O'Reilly books, and this book was no exception. Very helpful and well written! A good resource for learning XML. Good book.
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Exactly what I was looking for, quick and dirty explanation. Anatomy of XML.
By page I realized that I was never going to touch a keyboard while reading this book. I can't speak for everyone, but when I pick up a book expecting to learn the topic, I need theory, reference, examples and structured "assignments".
This title offers the first three, but I never get to apply what I am learning hands-on in a graduated fashion. Just because you can recognize all the foods in a grocery store, and know the origins of all the spices on your spice rack, doesn't mean you can cook; the same principal applies here. I am fully aware that XML is comprised of many different elements, and many of the XML development environments are very expensive, but many are free and could have been used to teach the concept clearer.
The title also has many errors, so the errata list on the publisher's web site is important.
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The book does not include any of the source code, so if you want that, you have to download it. Even then, it is not complete and file titles in the book do not always match the provided code file names.
If you are looking for a hands-on book to learn XML, this isn't the title. If you know XML and are looking for a reference, again - not for you. However, if you are interested in it from more of an administrative overview position, then the title is worth the read.
It can provide many answers and give a good base of information without the need to actually write any XML on your own. A good overview of the technology and related technologies. Gives a solid orientation to the basic concepts. This is a good XML book for those that have no previous knowleadge of it.
It starts slowly and speed up as you read the chapters. Unfortunately as with all printed media some references and items discussed have already evolved and replaced. Still a good book if you want to start from the basic. Was recommended to me by one of our developers.
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