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- Design Principles for XML - Ten key points explaining the rationale of the language.
- A Study of Extensible Markup Language - Describes the XML effort, makes a survey of articles most of xml the associated specifications and discusses new articles kinds of Java-based Web xml applications made possible by articles XML, and makes predictions about the xml impact that articles XML will have on some of the existing xml articles technologies l
- Introduction to XML For Web Developers - Making a well-formed XML document valid by using news and media a DTD. (Selena Sol)
- XML: The Future of the Web - Overview of XML, its historical context, and sample xml code.
- Scientific American: XML and the Second-Generation Web - Article for executives and those needing the big news and media articles view.
- XMLTo Be, VRML To See - Using XML to generate VRML.
- WML or XML? - Which standard is better for developing for the wireless market?
- Articles on XML by Norman Walsh - Numerous articles about XML, including many on the DocBook DTD for documents.
- CRN: IBM Eggheads: Web Trumps Windows - Web technologies, especially XML, negate the need for news and media Windows, according to some high-powered IBM technologists.
- Louis Jean-Richard: Case Studies and Reports - Case Studies and Reports within Information Technologies section article news and media "First steps with XML: extending HTML via XSLT"
- XML, Java, And The Future Of The Web - A White paper by Jon Bosak of Sun xml Microsystems.
- Thoughts and Software - Now unmaintained list of ideas and simple tools from the early days.
- XML and Java: The Perfect Pair - A close look at XML software, focusing strictly news and media xml on products and tools written in Java because news and media xml XML and Java are two technologies which make news and media xml a "perfect pair". (Ken Sall / WDVL)
- Comparison of SGML and XML - This W3C discussion paper outlines the differences between xml SGML and articles XML.
- OK, So What Is This XML Thing? - David C. Hay\\'s discusses HTML and its counterpart, what it articles can and cannot do.
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