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Author Biography: Richard Wagner is the inventor and architect of the award-winning
NetObjects ScriptBuilder. Richard Mansfield has authored more than 30
computer books since 1982.
Book I: Describing Data with XML.
Chapter 1: Introducing XML.
Chapter 2: Dissecting an XML Document.
Chapter 3: Creating Well-Formed XML Documents.
Chapter 4: Namespaces ? Avoiding Naming Conflicts.
Book II: Validating XML.
Chapter 1: Validating XML Documents.
Chapter 2: Creating Document Type Definitions.
Chapter 3: Creating XML Schemas.
Chapter 4: XML Schema Data Types.
Chapter 5: Designing XML Schemas.
Chapter 6: Validating Documents Using DTDs and XML Schemas.
Chapter 7: Working with XML-Data Reduced.
Book III: Presenting XML.
Chapter 1: Styling XML with Stylesheets.
Chapter 2: Cascading Style Sheets ? Displaying XML in a
Chapter 3: Printing XML Using XSL-FO.
Book IV: Transforming XML.
Chapter 1: XML?s Swiss Army Knife ? XSLT.
Chapter 2: Powered by Template Rules.
Chapter 3: XPath ? Scouting Out XML Data.
Chapter 4: Adding Logic to Your XSLT.
Chapter 5: Variables and Parameters.
Chapter 6: The Output Side of XSLT.
Book V: Working with the Rest of the X-Team.
Chapter 1: XLink ? Linking XML Documents.
Chapter 2: XPointer ? Pointing to Resources.
Chapter 3: XForms ? Processing Forms.
Chapter 4: XHTML ? Next-Generation HTML.
Book VI: Processing XML.
Chapter 1: Introduction to XML APIs.
Chapter 2: Reading XML with SAX and XMLReader.
Chapter 3: Understanding the XML DOM.
Chapter 4: Processing XML Using the DOM.
Book VII: XML Web Services.
Chapter 1: Introduction to XML Web Services.
Chapter 2: XML-RPC ? Simple Distributed Computing.
Chapter 3: SOAP ? Accessing Web Services the Clean and
Chapter 4: WSDL ? Telling the World about Your Web
Chapter 5: UDDI ? Finding Web Services.
Chapter 6: Voice and Wireless Services.
Chapter 7: Web Services Security.
Chapter 8: Implementing Web Services.