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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Further Reading

In an article published in MSDN Magazine in June 2000 (“Creating and Optimizing Performance for XML Document/View Web Applications”), I discussed ways to use XML on the client using COM technologies. In particular, I explored XML implementations of the document/view architecture. The book XML Programming Core Reference (Microsoft Press, 2002) also contains chapters that illustrate the use of XML on the client.

Internet Explorer has played a key role in this chapter as the richest browser available today. You can get an inside look at the expanded capabilities of Internet Explorer 6.0 through the Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 Resource Kit, (Microsoft Press, 2001).

Finally, Jason Clark’s excellent piece “Code Access Security and ...

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