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Xml Bible [Anglais] [Broché]

Elliotte Rusty Harold

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1 juin 2001
Updated and better than ever, this more focused revision provides comprehensive coverage of XML to anyone with a basic understanding of HTML and Web servers Featuring all–new examples, this book contains everything readers need to know to incorporate XML in their Web site plans, designs, and implementations Continues expert Elliotte Rusty Harold′s well–known track record for delivering the best XML guidance available Includes coverage of the most recent XML 1.1 specification and the latest trends in XML Web publishing Companion Web site includes additional examples and reference material found in previous editions that readers may find useful
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If XML can do it, you can do it too ... If you’re a Web developer, you’ve seen XML rocket to first place as the preferred data format for everything from stock trades to graphic design. In this tightly focused, fully updated guidebook, a top XML authority gives you a complete education in the technology. You’ll learn to write documents in XML, validate them against DTDs and schemas, format them with CSS and XSL style sheets, and take advantage of their versatility. This book helps you to create top–flight Web sites without becoming a professional programmer. Inside, you’ll find complete coverage of XML Discover how semantic tagging makes XML documents easier to maintain and develop than their HTML counterparts Post XML documents on Web servers in a form all users can read Use style sheets to convert XML to HTML for legacy browsers Include international characters in your documents, and merge different XML vocabularies with namespaces Build large documents from smaller parts using entities and Xinclude, and connect documents with XLinks and XPointers Gain a complete understanding of both CSS and XSL and how each is used with XML Explore practical applications of XML in Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), XHTML, RDDL, and the new application developed for genealogical data --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Elliotte Rusty Harold is an internationally respected writer, programmer, and educator, both on the Internet and off. He got his start writing FAQ lists for the Macintosh newsgroups on Usenet and has since branched out into books, Web sites, and newsletters. He’s an adjunct professor of computer science at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, New York. His Cafe con Leche Web site at http://www.cafeconleche.org/ has become one of the most popular independent XML sites on the Internet. Elliotte is originally from New Orleans, to which he returns periodically in search of a decent bowl of gumbo. However, he currently resides in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn with his wife Beth, and his cats Charm (named after the quark) and Marjorie (named after his mother–in–law). When not writing books, he enjoys working on genealogy, mathematics, free software, and quantum mechanics. His previous books include The Java Developer’s Resource , Java Network Programming , Java Secrets , JavaBeans , Java I/O, XML: Extensible Markup Language , XML in a Nutshell , Processing XML with Java , and Effective XML . --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best XML book I've seen so far. 2 février 2000
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This book is terrific, and if you want to learn about using XML in web sites I recommend that you buy it.
XML books are, on the whole, pretty lousy. Everyone keeps talking about how XML will transform the web, but most books are thin on specifics -- exactly how XML will be used, and exactly how to make things happen. I've seen other reviews here from people who feel that this book doesn't do a good enough job of explaining those things. But I think that compared to its competition, it does an excellent job.
XML is new, and it's not in widespread use. As I write this, the only popular browser with solid XML support is IE5, and I guess that most people don't want to write sites that only work with one browser. But if you go to the XML site at msdn.microsoft.com and look at the table of contents, you'll get an idea of what XML can do, and why you'll want to learn it.
The book is well written and its a pleasure to spend time with it. The author knows as much about writing as he does about computers, and he knows a lot about computers. The explanations of XML are clear and conversational in tone. The focus is on using XML in web sites, and the book gives a lot of needed attention to XSL, the style sheet language used to format XML docments for the web. I've read other XML books, and I bought this one primarily to learn more about XSL.
The title of the book might be somewhat misleading. It is not a comprehensive guide to XML, but rather a best of breed tutorial on a very important chunk of XML stuff you'll want to learn. One reviewer pointed out that it's a poor reference book, and that's true, in a sense. There is an XML reference in an appendix, but it's an ultra-geeky BNF reference that probably won't be very helpful to most readers, especially given the book's non-programmer target audience.
A more serious problem is the book's neglect of Microsoft's XML schema technology, which is far superior, in my view, to DTDs. The word "schema" doesn't even appear in the index. And finally, this is not the book you want to buy if you want to learn how to program a java XML parsing engine. This is not a book about programming.
So why do I give this book five stars? It's fun to read and it's great at explaining XML itself, as well as a number of vital, connected technologies: XSL, DTDs, CSS, CSL, XLinks, and XPointers. I was fuzzy on XSL, XLinks, and XPointers, and this book helped me a lot. Those are exactly the things you need to know to get a XML site up and running on the web.
XML is a big, important technology, and I don't think there's a single book that covers everything you'll want to know. This book, despite the "Bible" title, doesn't try to cover everything. But what it does cover, it covers very well.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent, Functional Introduction to XML 9 novembre 1999
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This book gives one of the better introductions to XML I've seen. Rather than limiting the scope to a simple overview of the concepts, Elliote Rusty Harold incorporates useful examples that allow the reader to begin experimenting with XML right away. The book is not going to get a beginner coding e-commerce solutions using XML. For that kind of work further reading is definately required. But this book does cover all the neccessary concepts to get started and does a better job than most explaining XSL - the key to actually using your XML documents. I'd highly reccommend this title as a starter to anyone's XML collection.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not so much a Bible as a Book of Genesis 15 août 2000
Par Terence P Hutt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm going to start out by saying I'm glad I bought this book. It's a good introduction to XML. The early chapters on XML and DTDs are very good. They got me up to speed quickly so I could explain to my managers why our company should pursue XML and what the benefits will be.
The chapters on CSS-1 and CSS-2 were excellent and very useful even for writing regular HTML. Overall, the first 13 chapters were just what I needed.
Coverage of XSL was weaker and, in many respects, inadequate. The book never really discusses XPaths in enough detail. I thought the chapter on namespaces was too late in the book. The book is fleshed out with exceptionally long examples that added little value past the first few lines.
The chapter on reading a DTD (chapter 20) was a good idea, poorly executed. The complexity of the DTD selected by the author was totally inappropriate for the level of this book, even if the DTD was extremely well written.
The author never covers schema construction, and only briefly mentions them at all. Given their superiority over DTDs, this was a glaring error.
I was also disappointed by the lack of instruction on how to move XML across the Internet between applications. XML that never leaves the system it was constructed on is of little value.
Many of these problems are caused by the age of the book. It's over a year old now which, in XML terms, makes it yesterdays news. Now that this book has got me excited about XML, I'm off to find some more.
58 internautes sur 61 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very useful and interesting book .. 31 août 1999
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This is one of the best books on XML, infact THE best, that I have seen so far. Though this book does not cover programming with XML, it does a great job at explaining XML documents, DTDs, CSS and XSL. I am not the kind of guy who can read a technical book from cover to cover, but this book was a cool exception. ERH is a great author and reading through his book was like reading through a novel. There were lots of examples and they were very illustrative. After reading this book, you may not become an expert in using XML parsers with Java or Perl, but you definitely can write your own XML documents, DTDs, Cascading style sheets and XSL. If you are new to XML, this could be a very good first book to read. If you are a baseball fan, you will enjoy the book more because ERH goes about developing an XML document for baseball leagues throughout the course of the book. The examples start out easy and gradually blow up in size. Each concept is clearly explained before it is used and there were very less forward references anywhere. I hope ERH writes another book for Java/XML programmers. He is one author who consistently delivers great stuff.
36 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent introduction to XML. 1 décembre 1999
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Great examples and references. The CDROM is packed with utilities, browsers and source code. An easy writing style makes this book easy to read and technically acurate. Real world examples actually let you start writing style sheets and documents in the first few chapters. I'll post another feedback when I finish the book. So far I am very pleased.
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