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XML tools
Free XML Tools and Software

What is XML!
selected links of continuing relevance

IBM's XML Pages
The XML zone on the developerWorks Web site is designed for developers. You'll find tools, samples, standards information, education resources, news and events, and links to the major XML community forums.

software for XML authors and developers

James Tauber
Home Page

Cafe con Leche XML News, and Resources
independent source of XML information on the net

The 'XML Cover Pages'
The database contains some 3000 documents pertaining to SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language, defined in ISO 8879:1986), XML (Extensible Markup Language), XSL, XSLT, XPath, XLink, XPointer, DSSSL (Document Style Semantics and Specification Language), HyTime, SPDL, ISO-HTML and related standards. The SGML/XML database itself features an exhaustive bibliography for SGML/XML with over 2000 entries, contact addresses for SGML/XML vendors and service providers, software descriptions, mailing lists, information on SGML/XML user groups, descriptions of projects using SGML/XML, case studies, etc. The 'XML Cover Pages' is sponsored by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) and three OASIS Members: ISOGEN International Corp, Sun Microsystems, and webMethods.

XML tutorial
XML,XSL,ASP,ADO tutorial from XML101

The Webmaster's Reference XML
Free Tutorials, Tools, Standards Talk, and Product Reviews

Apache XML Project
Provides commercial-quality standards-based XML solutions. Download Software

xmlhack: news from the XML developer community

World Wide Web Consortium
W3C Home Page

Extensible Style Language (XSL)
Info about XSL Spec

Extensible Markup Language (XML)
W3C Recommendations

XML Namespaces
Name Spaces in XML W3C Note

Microsoft msdn
Major source for developers

Microsoft JScript Language Reference
Msdn Scripting

Microsoft XML Home
Msdn XML

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