XML Ronald Bourrets XML Database Products site captures the current state of the market for XML database products. These are gathered from Web sites, product reviews, XML webzines, XML resource guides, and e-mail from product users and developers.Next page: Sites for very large databases.
XML.com features a rich mix of information and services for the XML community. The site is designed to serve both people who are already working with XML and those HTML users who want to "graduate" to XMLs power and complexity. A core feature of the site is the Annotated XML Specification, created by Tim Bray, co-editor of XML 1.0 and a contributing editor for XML.com.