I just wanted to say thanks from me and my development group for making your online XForms book available. We found it to be a very good compliment to the specification and helped us quite a bit on the integration of XForms into our latest release.

Shone Sadler, Chief Architect, Q-Link Technologies.

I really like your book-pitched at the right level. Sincere thanks for making it such a smooth ride to get started.

Stephen Green, Universal Business Language Technical Committee

Micah takes you through the basics, shows you where XForms fits with other W3C standards, and gets you started with authoring. Once you're feeling a bit more confident this book serves as an excellent reference, with enough examples for you to copy and try out for yourself. The great thing about this book is that there isn't too much of it. It gives a good grounding in the subject without any waffle.

Mark Seaborne, Origo Services

Where can I get up-to-the-minute news on this book?

In Micah's blog, "Push Button Paradise".

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Currently in progress: French, Russian, Vietnamese.