Pro .NET 2.0 XML

By Bipin Joshi

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Pro .NET 2.0 XML is the first book to provide a complete solution to XML on the .NET 2.0 Framework including the new .NET 3.0 extensions.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-825-2
  • 499 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: April 15, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • Print Book Price: $49.99
  • eBook Price: $34.99
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XML is the de facto language for communication within and between distributed applications, whether they're on the Internet or a corporate network. XML is successful because of two strengths: it has a highly-structured human readable format and it can be transmitted as pure text. No matter how disparate applications and their architectures may be, text files can always be read, and therefore can accept XML data. This makes XML-based solutions advantageous over rival technologies like remoting.

Pro .NET 2.0 XML is the first book to provide a complete solution to XML on the .NET Framework 2.0 including the new .NET 3.0 extensions that are being released in January 2007. It provides you with everything you need to know to take advantage of XML in every aspect of your job—including integration with Windows Communication Foundation.

  • This is the first book that describes how XML interacts with Windows Communication Foundation (part of the new .NET 3.0 extensions).
  • Author Bipin Joshi is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who regularly teaches classes on XML. He provides the kind of clear, precise guidance that you need.
  • This will be the most complete book on .NET 2.0 XML available. It covers everything you need to use XML effectively.

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