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  You are here: home » Free Library » Publisher: Prentice Hall Friday, 28 December 2007
Summary
Addison-Wesley
(29 chapters)
APress
(12 chapters)
Curlingstone Publishing
(1 chapter)
Expert Press in association with Web Services Architect
(1 chapter)
Jon Frost
(1 chapter)
Manning Publications
(8 chapters)
Microsoft Press
(9 chapters)
New Riders
(18 chapters)
No Starch Press
(3 chapters)
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
(30 chapters)
Osborne/McGraw-Hill
(19 chapters)
Prentice Hall
(33 chapters)
Sybex Inc.
(18 chapters)
Syngress Publishing
(11 chapters)
The Coriolis Group
(2 chapters)
Wiley
(9 chapters)
Wrox Press
(50 chapters)

Prentice Hall

Subject Sample Chapters
XSLTChapter 1: Anatomy of an XSLT Stylesheet  
(XSLT and XPATH: A Guide to XML Transformations, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 3: Elements of a web site  
(XSLT 2.0 Web Development, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 5: The XSLT transformation environment  
(Definitive XSLT and XPath, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


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XSL-FOChapter 13: XSL: Extensible Stylesheet Language Formatting Objects  
(XML How to Program, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 8: Floats and footnotes  
(Definitive XSL-FO, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 9: The "What" of XSL-FO.  
(Just XSL, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


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XPath/XPointer/XLinkChapter 11: XML Path Language (XPath)  
(XML How to Program, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


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XMLChapter 2: XML Overview  
(SOAP: Cross Platform Internet Development Using XML, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: Introduction to XML  
(Essential XML for Web Professionals, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: Why XML?  
(The essential Guide to XML Technologies, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: Markup Laid Down  
(Just XML (2nd Edition), Prentice Hall)


Chapter 2: Just Enough XML  
(The XML Handbook (3rd Edition), Prentice Hall)


Chapter 2: Documents  
(XML: The Annotated Specification, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 3: Ease of Learning  
(Structuring XML Documents, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: Internets  
(Designing XML Internet Applications, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 20: Custom Markup Languages: Part I  
(XML How to Program, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 2: Just Enough XML  
(Charles F. Goldfarb's XML Handbook, 4/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 0: Preface  
(Designing XML Databases, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 8: Presenting XML in the Client  
(Building Web Sites with XML, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 3: Methods of Processing XML  
(Enterprise Application Integration with XML and Java, Prentice Hall)


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XHTMLChapter 1: Why Bother?  
(XHTML Example By Example, Prentice Hall)


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Web ServicesChapter 2: The Basic Web Services Stack  
(IT Web Services: A Roadmap for the Enterprise, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 4: Web Services and Enterprise Computing  
(Web Services: A Technical Introduction, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: What Are “Web Services”?  
(Web Services Explained, Solutions and Applications for the Real World, Prentice Hall)


Chapter 1: Web Services  
(Web Services: Building Blocks for Distributed Systems, Prentice Hall)


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UDDIChapter 1: UDDI Executive White Paper  
(UDDI, SOAP, and WSDL: The Web Services Specification Reference Book, Prentice Hall)


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SOAPChapter 1: Why SOAP? Web Services and .NET  
(Advanced SOAP for Web Development, Prentice Hall)


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SchemasChapter 9: Simple types  
(Definitive XML Schema, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


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SAXChapter 10: Just Enough SAX  
(XML Processing with Python, Prentice Hall)


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Java XMLChapter 9: Java API for XML- Based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC)  
(Java Web Services For Experienced Programmers, Prentice Hall)


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DTDChapter 6: Document Type Definition (DTD)  
(XML How to Program, 1/e, Prentice Hall)


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BizTalkChapter 6: Hubbed Marketplace Integration  
(BizTalk: Implementing Business-to-Business E-commerce, Prentice Hall)


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.NETChapter 11: A Case Study: A Distributed Web Application  
(Fundamentals of Web Applications Using .NET and XML, Prentice Hall)




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