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Covers everything readers need to use XML effectively
Details how XML interacts with the Windows Communication Foundation (part of the new .NET 3.0 extensions)
The author is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who regularly teaches classes on XML and is well practiced in providing the kind of clear, precise guidance that working programmers need
XML is the de facto language for communication both within and between distributed applications whether they are on the Internet or a corporate network. It owes its success to its two key strengths: a highly-structured human readable format and the fact that it can be transmitted as pure text. No matter how disparate applications and their architectures may be almost everything can read text files and hence can accept XML data. This gives it a great advantage over rival technologies such as Remoting which were previously popular but which are now being replaced by XML-based solutions.
This book provides a complete solution to XML on the .NET 2.0 Framework, including the new .NET 3.0 extensions. It provides readers with everything they need to know to take advantage of XML in every aspect of their working lives up to and including integration using Windows Communication Foundation.
Content Level »Popular/general
Keywords »DOM - Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) - Web Services - Windows - XML - XSL - framework