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Or much better... :-) I also have Michael's
book.. John Simpson published an excellent
book on XSLT with in depth examples and some
good exposition on the corner cases.
Also check out Simon St Laurent's XML A Primer
and XML Elements of Style. They are compact,
concise, and have lots of code to copy.
From: Dare Obasanjo [mailto:email@example.com]
> Can anyone recommend me any good (reference) books on XML, XML DOM, and/or
> XSLT? I've been working on XML for almost 2 weeks now (from scratch). I
> read and reference from the web, but I'm in need of some solid,
> intermidiate-level books to read during my spare time. Any inputs are
For XSLT you can't do much worse than Micheal Kay's book, "XSLT: A
Programmer's Reference. Second Edition". For XML both the "XML Bible" and "XML
By Example" have served me well. I've never used a book for DOM stuff since
it's all in the Javadocs for whatever API you're using.