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Learning XML, 2nd Edition
By Erik T. Ray
 
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: September 2003
ISBN: 0-596-00420-6
Pages: 416


   Copyright
   Foreword
   Preface
      What's Inside
      Style Conventions
      Examples
      Comments and Questions
      Acknowledgments
    Chapter 1.  Introduction
      Section 1.1.  What Is XML?
      Section 1.2.  Where Did XML Come From?
      Section 1.3.  What Can I Do with XML?
      Section 1.4.  How Do I Get Started?
    Chapter 2.  Markup and Core Concepts
      Section 2.1.  Tags
      Section 2.2.  Documents
      Section 2.3.  The Document Prolog
      Section 2.4.  Elements
      Section 2.5.  Entities
      Section 2.6.  Miscellaneous Markup
    Chapter 3.  Modeling Information
      Section 3.1.  Simple Data Storage
      Section 3.2.  Narrative Documents
      Section 3.3.  Complex Data
      Section 3.4.  Documents Describing Documents
    Chapter 4.  Quality Control with Schemas
      Section 4.1.  Basic Concepts
      Section 4.2.  DTDs
      Section 4.3.  W3C XML Schema
      Section 4.4.  RELAX NG
      Section 4.5.  Schematron
      Section 4.6.  Schemas Compared
    Chapter 5.  Presentation Part I: CSS
      Section 5.1.  Stylesheets
      Section 5.2.  CSS Basics
      Section 5.3.  Rule Matching
      Section 5.4.  Properties
      Section 5.5.  Examples
    Chapter 6.  XPath and XPointer
      Section 6.1.  Nodes and Trees
      Section 6.2.  Finding Nodes
      Section 6.3.  XPath Expressions
      Section 6.4.  XPointer
    Chapter 7.  Transformation with XSLT
      Section 7.1.  History
      Section 7.2.  Concepts
      Section 7.3.  Running Transformations
      Section 7.4.  The stylesheet Element
      Section 7.5.  Templates
      Section 7.6.  Formatting
    Chapter 8.  Presentation Part II: XSL-FO
      Section 8.1.  How It Works
      Section 8.2.  A Quick Example
      Section 8.3.  The Area Model
      Section 8.4.  Formatting Objects
      Section 8.5.  An Example: TEI
      Section 8.6.  A Bigger Example: DocBook
    Chapter 9.  Internationalization
      Section 9.1.  Character Encodings
      Section 9.2.  MIME and Media Types
      Section 9.3.  Specifying Human Languages
    Chapter 10.  Programming
      Section 10.1.  Limitations
      Section 10.2.  Streams and Events
      Section 10.3.  Trees and Objects
      Section 10.4.  Pull Parsing
      Section 10.5.  Standard APIs
      Section 10.6.  Choosing a Parser
      Section 10.7.  PYX
      Section 10.8.  SAX
      Section 10.9.  DOM
      Section 10.10.  Other Options
    Appendix A.  Resources
      Section A.1.  Online
      Section A.2.  Books
      Section A.3.  Standards Organizations
      Section A.4.  Tools
      Section A.5.  Miscellaneous
    Appendix B.  A Taxonomy of Standards
      Section B.1.  Markup and Structure
      Section B.2.  Linking
      Section B.3.  Addressing and Querying
      Section B.4.  Style and Transformation
      Section B.5.  Programming
      Section B.6.  Publishing
      Section B.7.  Hypertext
      Section B.8.  Descriptive/Procedural
      Section B.9.  Multimedia
      Section B.10.  Science
   Glossary
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