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The Tutorial Engine TutorialEngine.com is growing database of online tutorials that help users improve their technology skills in the most important aspects of web development. Users of tutorialengine.com can search the categorized database in a variety of ways including keyword, popularity, difficulty, and user ratings. Once a user finds a tutorial of interest, they click the link and are taken to that tutorial in their web browser.
The XML School This site is a well organized and easy to understand xml tutorial with lots of working examples and source code. A big Thumbs up on this one.
Tutorials Search Engine: XML A great search engine for XML Tutorials.
Understanding DOM Even before there was XML, there was the Document Object Model (DOM). The DOM allows a developer to refer to, retrieve, and change items within an XML structure, and is essential to working with XML. In this tutorial, you will learn about the structure of a DOM document. You will also learn how to use Java to create a document from an XML file, make changes to it, and retrieve the output.
Understanding SAX This tutorial examines the use of the Simple API for XML version 2.0, or SAX 2.0. It is aimed at developers who have an understanding of XML and wish to learn this lightweight, event-based API for working with XML data. It assumes that you are familiar with concepts such as well-formedness and the tag-like nature of an XML document. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use SAX to retrieve, manipulate, and output XML data.
KickStart XML Tutorial Looking for a quick way to learn the basics of XML? Well, this site will give you a Kickstart!
ZVON.org This set of tutorials covers XML and just about every related technology. ZVON tutorials, in the HeadGeeks humble opion, are great. They have kind of a cult following, not to mention a bunch of examples.
XML Basics from Project Cool Project Cool teaches people - primarily web designers and developers - not programmers, how to build web pages. Now they've gone into XML. Cool!
Project Cool The Developer Zone. A very easy to follow and nicely organized tutorial on XML and more..
XML Tutorial Microsoft's tutorial on XML
The Schema School From the makers of the XML School. This site is a well organized tutorial on Schema (a replacement for DTD?) with lots of working examples and source code.
IBM - An introduction to XML In his first tutorial, Senior Programmer Doug Tidwell cuts through the hype and tells you what XML is, and what it's not. If you're thinking about XML, this will help you decide if it's worth your while
XML for the Terrified XML for nearly anyone. XML not another obstacle, but a way around obstacles
XML in 11.5 minutes by I.C. Rees Actually it took me about 12 minutes, but I am a slow reader :)
Project Cool The Developer Zone. A very easy to follow and nicely organized tutorial on XML and more
DevHead by ZDNet A comprehensive list of links for XML Tutorials
Turorial and presentations by Cogito Tutorials on using XML and XSL for GUI development
www8.org Full-day XML Tutorial
WebReference Tutorial: XML and Perl: Embedding XML in HTML
datec.com Site shows how to get an XML document to Adobe PDL (via LaTex)
wdvl.internet.com Using simple, well-explained examples this tutorial walks you through XML and the sister XSL style sheet language
XML Schema and Message Development Hands-On Workshop Regularly scheduled 1 day workshops aimed at IT professionals seeking to use XML to implement e-Commerce solutions within the financial services sector.
Zeus Quite a large collection on xml and non-xml relates technical resources. A very exhaustive list can be found here.