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Java & XML, 2 nd Edition

 However, it has meant that more development is occurring every day, and the XML landscape is growing at a pace I never anticipated, even in my wildest dreams. While that's great for XML, it has made looking back at the first edition of this book somewhat depressing; why is everything so out of date? I talked about S AX 2.0, and DOM Level 2 as twinklings in eyes. They are now industry standard. I introduce ced JDOM, and now it's in JSR (Sun's Java Specification Request process). I hadn't even looked at SOAP, UDDI, WSDL, and XML data binding. They take up three chapters in this edition! Things have changed, to say the least.This is probably the best book currently out about working directly with XML and Java.

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