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Innodata Isogen: Extensible Markup Language
Offers content supply chain solutions and content-related services for content with maximum impact and economy including xml services.
Ephox Corporation: XML Authoring Solution
Offers a browser-based solution for Web and XML authoring, designed to streamline content contribution and increase team productivity.
iWay Software: XML Integration Software
Offers middleware to accelerate e-business initiatives. Facilitates the connectivity and rapid integration of complex back-office systems using XML.
15Seconds .NET Page
The latest news and information about Microsoft's .NET
A Comprehensive Analysis of .NET
InternetWorld Magazine dissects all the elements of .NET.
A Web Services Primer
A review of the emerging XML-based web services platform, examining the core components of SOAP, WSDL and UDDI.
Chapter 17 of the XML Bible: XSL Transformations
Very in-depth, yet easy to understand, explanation of XSL Transformations -- with examples and diagrams.
Converting HTMl to XML
How to easily migrate HTML pages to XML using HTML Tidy and a COM Wrapper.
internet.com's Web Development Channel
Contains links to internet.com sites that provide in-depth information, tutorials, and resources for Web development.
The .NET Mailing List
Join the list and discuss with developers solutions and problems regarding Microsoft's .NET.
The SGML/XML Web Page
Excellent collection of reference information and software pertaining to SGML and XML. Features news items, event information, special topics, introductions, and related standards.
The SGML/XML Web Page
Extensive, up-to-date collection of links to XML information on the Web.
W3C's Extensible Markup Language (XML) Page
Offers links to working drafts, FAQs, events, forums, resources and software tools.
XML technical FAQ
Contains commonly asked questions about XML and can be used as a guide for users and developers.
Excellent collection of articles, tutorials, guides, and resources for XML.
An XML Primer
TechTools article (November 1997) with background information about XML as well as SDML and HTML. A sidebar explores XML rules, architecture, applications, and migration.
Generic SGML over the Web
Contains information on the World Wide Web Consortium's activities in the area of SGML and XML. Offers links to overviews, drafts and related publications.
Namespace Myths Exploded
The XML namespaces recommendation is tantalizingly vague about, or omits altogether, a number of apparently important points.
Namespaces in XML
The authoritative document from the W3C.
Open Directory Project pages on XML
Offers an extensive structured collection of XML related information.
Saving HTML Form Data to XML
Usually form submissions are written to some sort of text file or database. If you need your form submission data to be more portable, however, it can be written to an XML file. This article will show you how.
Simple Object Access Protocol is one of the neatest XML based technologies to be introduced as of late, yet many people are still trying to get a handle on all of the new terms and acronyms that SOAP has uncovered. This article is written to help you dig through the SOAP soup we have in front of us and create a foundation for truly understanding what SOAP is all about.
The XML Files: Above and Beyond: Understanding Metadata
A WebDeveloper biweekly feature by Nate Zelnick with articles and resources for XML. Also includes information on how XML fits with SMIL.
W3C's XML specs
Provides links to the World Wide Web Consortium's specifications for XML.
WDVL XSL Page
WDVL's XSL page contains articles and resource for all areas of XSL. Even provides a link to the W3C's XSL Working Draft page.
WebDeveloper.com's Guide to XML
Gives examples and instructions for creating and using dynamic HTML with Netscape 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0.
What you need to know about XML
Provides a good overview of XML and introduces the XML parser.
XML advantages - article
WebWeek article (March 24, 1997) on the advantages of XML over HTML in terms of browser incompatibilities.
Contains basic information about XML and SGML.
Collection of several FAQs covering XML.
Hands On Technology Transfer: XML Training
Instructor-led XML courses, 75 cities in the US, Canada, and UK. Learn XML syntax, XSL format objects, DTDs and schemas. On-site training available.
Merkur Group: Oracle E-Business Suite
Document process automation providing automated document delivery, receipt, workflow, and management. Integrations for Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft, more.
ITT Tech: Java Training
Offers AA degrees and BS degrees in Software Applications and Programming, Computer Network Systems and more. Includes online courses.
Captiva Software: Medical Billing Software
Provides data capture software for multi-user environments, including scanning, fax capture, recognition, key entry, and export capabilities.
TrainUp.com: XML Training and Bootcamps
Offers IT, HR, and business training courses, boot camps, and test preparation nationwide. Includes XML training.