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developerWorks is hosting a free trial version of WebSphere Studio
Application Developer for Linux and Windows. It's heavy on capabilities
for XML development. The XML tools are largely comprised of a series of
editors for XML and related artifacts, including editors for XML source,
schemas, XML mapping editor, XSL trace editor, RDB/XML mapping editor, and
DTD files. These editors allow you to create, edit, and validate the
various file types. Depending on the context, these editors will even
display the valid options that you can specify as your input, which saves
you time and ensures that you have a valid XML document at all times.
There's also a series on how to build and publish a weather forecast Web
service using WSAD, WebSphere Application Server, and the UDDI test
registry. Also there's a 20% discount if you want to buy.
There is also this new article on developeWorks.
Using CSS2 to display XML documents
A less "expensive" alternative to XSLT