XML: Language Mechanics and Applications seeks to answer all your questions about this popular technology. It starts with the most basic: "How do I structure an XML document?" and then progresses to: "How do I transform that document so that its data can be reused?" Next it answers, "What are the related technologies that help present and implement XML marked data?" and "How do I use those with XML?" Real-world examples present the technical information and thus students learn the material within the context of its use in business. XML: Language Mechanics and Applications assumes no previous experience with XML and includes all the material students needs to successfully use XML.