17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Concise and Flexible approach to XML and SGML derivatives.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Java and XML: Solutions to Real-World Problems (Java Series) (Paperback)
I obtained a copy of this book in a pre-release, and after 20 mins of skimming throught the index I was captivated by the depth of information it contained. This book will be take great pride in any bookshelf as it undertakes valuable "hot" words such as XSLT and other like the differences between Schemas and DTD.
I have used this book as a reference guide to construct a simple base of transfering information from HTML through XSLT and then XML to JAVA and then to my DataBase. Invaluable. I can recommend this book to all that are looking to expand their knowledge.
In a negative light I can put forward that it's focus on the way that XHTML will be implemmented by the W3C is rather sketchy and should be used as a quick reference instead of a concise bible.
As I have had to return this book to its rightfull owner, I am most unhappy. Never mind, as I wil soon have it again...
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