Hi, Well, it's hard not to remember the great C++ with the same title Where can I get a content table for the book ? It's only focused at XML, or does it cover all the XML famility (and specially XSLT) ? Best regards, - Juan
Originally posted by Juan Med�n: It's only focused at XML, or does it cover all the XML famility (and specially XSLT) ?
Yes, it covers all the XML-related stuff there in the book... here is what I extracted from the one of the reviews at Amazon about the book...
There are plenty of generic XML books out there, plus a bunch of titles that focus on specific XML applications or XML related topics (SOAP, XSLT, XML Schema etc); what Mr Harold delivered this time is something different, that really stands out from everything else available at the time of this writing. This book is about best practices, patterns and anti-patterns, and about how to use XML correctly and efficiently. As with other titles from the same author, this book is a pleasure to read, clean, informative and well structured. In my opinion a must have for the serious XML practitioner. Be advised this is not a book for beginners, the author takes for granted you already mastered the fundamentals of XML and many related technologies like DTD, Schema or Namespace. In order to really get the best out of it you better have some experience using XML under your belt.