Authors of various industry reference books ranging from SOA and Web services to XML continue to use and recommended Altova tools. The latest update to the Cold Fusion book series – “ColdFusion 9 Developer Tutorial” is an update to John Farrar’s “ColdFusion 8 Developer Tutorial”. In this latest update, Farrar uses the Altova MissionKit, our suite of XML, database, and UML tools to do all his XML work for the book. According to Farrar, “I have a suite of tools from Altova and find they do what I want. I can create XPath, XML Schemas, and more from their tools and don’t ever feel the need to look for a new tool.” Farrar, a ColdFusion expert, teaches the basics of ColdFusion programming, application architecture, and object reuse. He then shows off a range of topics including AJAX library integration, RESTful Web Services, PDF creation and manipulation, and dynamically generated presentation files. So whether you need an overview of XML technologies, the latest information on working with ColdFusion, or want to delve into Web services, you’ll want to check out the Altova Reference Books page on our Web site.
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Remember when a reference book was the only place to look up information? Today information is available at your finger tips, but there is still something to be said about turning the pages of good book. Altova products are highly regarded by authors of books focusing on XML and related technologies. Whether you need an overview of XML technologies or steps on how to transform XML files using XSLT, or want to delve into Web services, you’ll want to check out the Altova Reference Books page on our Web site. These recently published books provide in-depth discussions on topics ranging from SOA and Web services interface design to dynamic Web application development; and many of the books include examples using XMLSpy and other tools available in the Altova MissionKit, our suite of XML, database, and UML tools.