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Topic: XML for Digital Applications (Read 1384 times) previous topic - next topic

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XML for Digital Applications
I have no idea where to start with this, but I think we're going to be getting into some more XML intensive applications on the server side, specifically handling client data & direct mail, web tracking etc. Does anybody know of some good learning tools, online or software based or books with tutorials that are geared towards our industry?

I have only the most basic passing familiarity with Excel, and even less when it comes to schema & XML speak.
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