Some useful XML resources

Some useful XML resources:

Useful Websites

World Wide Web Consortium
http://www.w3.org

XML.com
http://www.xml.com 

W3 Schools

http://www.w3schools.com/xml/default.asp

XML Cover Pages
http://xml.coverpages.org/

Organization for Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) http://www.oasis-open.org/

Introductions to XML

 

The following list of introductory and tutorial articles on XML is extracted from the complete chronological listing of articles collected for the XML Cover Pages,.

"Extending Your Markup: An XML Tutorial."By André Bergholz (Stanford University). From IEEE Computer. July/August 2000.

 

"Media-Independent Publishing: Four Myths About XML. [The W3C's Working Group Chair Dispels Some Myths About XML.]"By Jon Bosak. First appeared in IEEE Computer Volume 31, Number 10 (October 1998), pages 120-122.

 

"XML, Java, and the Future of the Web."By Jon Bosak.

 

"XML - Questions & Answers."By Jon Bosak (Sun Microsystems).

 

"Microsoft's Vision for XML."By Adam Bosworth (General Manager, Microsoft Corporation).

 

[Tutorial Introduction]: "Declaring Elements and Attributes in an XML DTD."By Ronald Bourret.

 

"SGML and Meta-information: From SGML DTDs to XML-DATA." By François Chahuneau.

 

"The Evolution of Web Documents: The Ascent of XML." By Dan Connolly, Rohit Khare, and Adam Rifkin.

 

"Introduction to XML." By Lars Marius Garshol.

 

"Markup and Core Concepts." By Erik T. Ray. Chapter 2 in Learning XML: Creating Self-Describing Data (O'Reilly, 2001; ISBN: 0-596-00046-4).

 

"SGML and XML Concepts."From the Society of American Archivists and the Library of Congress. Chapter 6 from the EAD Application Guidelines for Version 1.0. EAD Overview, useful generally as an SGML/XML tutorial.

 

"A Gentle Introduction to XML" from the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines [XML version] Chapter 2.

 

"A Technical Introduction to XML." By Norm Walsh. 1998.

 

XML Basics Quick Start From ZVON.org: The Guide to the XML Galaxy