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XML Attributes and Entities
Specializing Domains in DITA
Soapbox: Magic bullet or dud?
Recursion reminds me of Recursion
Combining XML Documents using XSLT
CafeMel
Binding XML to a DropDown in ASP.NET
Anatomy of an XSLT processor
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Combining XML Documents using XSLT
Binding XML to a DropDown in ASP.NET
XML Attributes and Entities
Specializing Domains in DITA
Soapbox: Magic bullet or dud?
Anatomy of an XSLT processor
CafeMel
Recursion reminds me of Recursion
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XML Attributes and Entities is an user friendly tutorial in which the author gives details about the process of utilizing the functionalities of attributes and entities in XML documents. This tutorial teaches about Document type definition which helps in defining the attributes and entities in XML documents.



The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML architecture for extensible technical information. A domain extends DITA with a set of elements whose names and content models are unique to an organization or field of knowledge....



In this article the author Brett McLaughlin critically analysis the Simple Object Access Protocol, assessing the value this new technology can provide developers and demonstrating its foundation in a mixture of the old RPC (remote procedure calls)...



Recursion reminds me of Recursion (9 XSLT Recursion examples) is an easy to understand tutorial in which programmers can collect details about the method of utilizing XSLT recursion. Here the author explains various examples of recursion like...



The following collection of approaches to combining XML Documents is from a column, "Shedding a little Silverlight on XML", that I wrote for XML Journal a while back.



This is an useful web based tutorial for knowing about the classes of XML. In this tutorial the author shows the uses of the classes such as node, tree and xml class. The author explains you the various methods and properties of these class with...



This example demonstrates a nice an easy way to databing an an XML Document to an ASP.NET drop down control.



This article describes how an XSLT processor, in this case the author's open-source Saxon, actually works. There is no published description of how XSLT implementations takes place. This article is aimed to show how XSLT implementations take place...