This category contains links to other XML-specific sites that provide generic collections of XML news, tools, discussions, or other information.
A directory of resources, articles, samples, tutorials, scripts, applications and sample chapters arranged by category.
Tim Bray's XML page, with the Lark XML processor.
A directory of links, recommended books and software.
Courses for managers, strategists and software developers; technical and commercial overviews and programming.
Includes the first search engine specifically designed to find resources; tools, samples, standards information, education resources, news and events, and links to the community forums.
Technical support forums and mutual help system for computer professionals.
XML tutorial, XML vs HTTP, ASCII XML tree viewer, Pretty XML tree viewer.
Detailed presentation that provides an introduction and overview of XML, Namespaces, XInclude, XML Base, XLink, XPointer, XPath, DTD, XML Schema, DSD, XSLT, XQuery, DOM, SAX, and JDOM
Detailed look with resources, newsletter and industry news.
Articles, columns, tools and resources.
A news and resource center for Macintosh users.
A reference work for XML and its parent, SGML. Features documentation on the application of the open, interoperable "markup language" standards, including XSL, XSLT, XPath, XQuery, XLink, XPointer, XHTML, HyTime, DSSSL, CSS, SPDL, SVG, CGM, ISO-HTML, and others. (Robin Cover / OASIS)
Categorized collection of links.
Complete introduction to XML programming. Learn XML, DTD, Schema, XSLT, Soap and other related technologies
Information, articles, and services from Seybold Publications and Songline Studios (O'Reilly and Associates). Resource guide includes links to W3C and related developments, drafts, and recommendations.
News, education, and information about the application in industrial and commercial settings.
A link directory containing information, source samples and articles.
Design patterns to develop effective DTDs and XML Schema documents for XML.
Forum for free information exchange ranging from the basic introductions to the programming references and advanced tutorials.
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