XML: a Brief List of Resourcescompiled by Nicole Hennig, Web Manager, MIT Libraries
for the NEASIS Program Committee
NEASIS Program: XML: What you need to know!
Wednesday, January 20, 1999
There are many articles being published on XML recently. To cut through the hype and get a good introduction, try these articles:
- RDF and Metadata - XML.com - Tim Bray
- Stretching the Concept of the Document - Web Techniques, December 1998 - Tim Bray
- Weaving a Better Web - BYTE Magazine, March 1998 - Scott Mace and others
- XML: the Adoption Curve - Harvard Computing Group
- XML FAQ - W3C, Peter Flynn and others
Guides to XML Resources
If you would like a comprehensive list of resources on XML, try these guides. The one by Robin Cover is very extensive with annotations.
- Extensible Markup Language (XML) - Robin Cover
- Extensible Markup Language (XML): textuality.com - Tim Bray
- Generally Markup: Academic XML Resource - University of Waterloo - Richard Lander
- XML.com - Seybold Publications and O'Reilly Publications
These lists of tools include reviews of various products.