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An Introduction to XML and Web Technologies

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An Introduction to XML and Web Technologies
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Publisher: Addison Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0321269667
ISBN-13: 9780321269669
Number of pages: 542

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This thoroughly class tested text and online tutorial gives a complete introduction to the essentials of the XML standard. It will teach students how to apply web technologies to develop XML based web applications. Through the book, the student will build applications that work together to construct interesting and workable web applications.

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