Besides eXist-db's extensive documentation, eXist-db has a large and active community of users and developers. The community uses mailing lists, chat, a wiki, and social media—to get and give help, follow the latest developments, and share tips and discoveries.
The book, "eXist: a NoSQL Document Database and Application Platform" was published in 2014 and is available from O'Reilly.com.
The exist-open mailing list is the primary forum for asking questions and getting help. Finding the answer to a question can sometimes be as simple as searching the mailing list's archives. Whether you have a question that you can't find the answer to, or you just want to join the discussion, subscribe to the mailing list—it's free and you can unsubscribe anytime.
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Besides exist-open, there is a mailing list dedicated solely to the XQuery language: the xquery-talk mailing list. It's a great place to ask questions about XQuery, from basic to advanced.
Follow @existdb on Twitter for news and announcements about eXist-db, and use the #existdb hash tag (note no dash in #existdb). Find links about eXist-db on Del.icio.us using the existdb tag. Meet the eXist-db professionals on LinkedIn. Subscribe to the eXist Developer Blog, powered by the eXist-based AtomicWiki project.
eXist-db began as and continues to thrive as an open source community, built on the contributions of volunteers. Recognizing the need for professional solutions for eXist-db, members of our development team and community have come together commercially under the umbrella of eXist Solutions. They are available for Consultancy, Training or Bespoke Development on a flexible basis, as such if you need some extra support or development resource, please contact us at email@example.com. eXist Solutions also provides Support subscriptions with service level agreements tailored to customer's requirements.