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render - Go package for easily rendering JSON, XML, binary data, and HTML templates responses.

Render is a package that provides functionality for easily rendering JSON, XML, text, binary data, and HTML templates. This package is based on the Martini render work.Go 1.6 introduces a new block action. This conflicts with Render's included block template function. To provide an easy migration path, a new function was created called partial. It is a duplicate of the old block function. It is advised that all users of the block function update their code to avoid any issues in the future. Previous to Go 1.6, Render's block functionality will continue to work but a message will be logged urging you to migrate to the new partial function.


Expat is an XML parser library written in C. It is a stream-oriented parser in which an application registers handlers for things the parser might find in the XML document (like start tags).

minify - Go minifiers for web formats

Online demo if you need to minify files now.Command line tool that minifies concurrently and supports watching file changes.

node-xml2js - XML to JavaScript object converter.

Simple XML to JavaScript object converter. It supports bi-directional conversion. Uses sax-js and xmlbuilder-js.Note: If you're looking for a full DOM parser, you probably want JSDom.

ISO-3166-Countries-with-Regional-Codes - ISO 3166-1 country lists merged with their UN Geoscheme regional codes in ready-to-use JSON, XML, CSV data sets

These lists are the result of merging data from two sources, the Wikipedia ISO 3166-1 article for alpha and numeric country codes, and the UN Statistics site for countries' regional, and sub-regional codes. In addition to countries, it includes dependent territories. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) site provides partial data (capitalised and sometimes stripped of non-latin ornamentation), but sells the complete data set as a Microsoft Access 2003 database. Other sites give you the numeric and character codes, but there appeared to be no sites that included the associated UN-maintained regional codes in their data sets. I scraped data from the above two websites that is all publicly available already to produce some ready-to-use complete data sets that will hopefully save someone some time who had similar needs.

htmlparser2 - forgiving html and xml parser

A forgiving HTML/XML/RSS parser. The parser can handle streams and provides a callback interface. A live demo of htmlparser2 is available here.

node-htmlparser - Forgiving HTML/XML/RSS Parser in JS for *both* Node and Browsers

#NodeHtmlParser A forgiving HTML/XML/RSS parser written in JS for both the browser and NodeJS (yes, despite the name it works just fine in any modern browser). The parser can handle streams (chunked data) and supports custom handlers for writing custom DOMs/output.

substance - A JavaScript library for web-based content editing.

Substance is a JavaScript library for web-based content editing. It provides building blocks for realizing custom text editors and web-based publishing systems. Check the project website and the example editor.

oga - Moved to https://gitlab.com/yorickpeterse/oga

NOTE: my spare time is limited which means I am unable to dedicate a lot of time on Oga. If you're interested in contributing to FOSS, please take a look at the open issues and submit a pull request to address them where possible. Oga is an XML/HTML parser written in Ruby. It provides an easy to use API for parsing, modifying and querying documents (using XPath expressions). Oga does not require system libraries such as libxml, making it easier and faster to install on various platforms. To achieve better performance Oga uses a small, native extension (C for MRI/Rubinius, Java for JRuby).

Nokogiri - HTML, XML, SAX, and Reader parser with XPath and CSS selector support

Nokogiri (?) is an HTML, XML, SAX, DOM parser. Among Nokogiri's many features is the ability to search documents via XPath or CSS3 selectors, XML/HTML builder, XSLT transformer. Nokogiri parses and searches XML/HTML using native libraries (either C or Java, depending on your Ruby), which means it's fast and standards-compliant.

XOM - XML object model in Java

XOM is a new XML object model. It is a tree-based API for processing XML with Java that strives for correctness, simplicity, and performance, in that order.


libxml++ is a C++ wrapper for the libxml XML parser library.


Xerces-C++ is a validating XML parser written in a portable subset of C++. Xerces-C++ makes it easy to give your application the ability to read and write XML data.


Libxml2 is the XML C parser and toolkit developed for the Gnome project (but usable outside of the Gnome platform), it is free software available under the MIT License.


Arabica is an XML and HTML processing toolkit, providing SAX, DOM, XPath, and partial XSLT implementations, written in Standard C++.

FSharp.Data - F# Data: Library for Data Access

The F# Data library (FSharp.Data.dll) implements everything you need to access data in your F# applications and scripts. It implements F# type providers for working with structured file formats (CSV, HTML, JSON and XML) and for accessing the WorldBank data. It also includes helpers for parsing CSV, HTML and JSON files and for sending HTTP requests.We're open to contributions from anyone. If you want to help out but don't know where to start, you can take one of the Up-For-Grabs issues, or help to improve the documentation.

xmldom - A PURE JS W3C Standard based(XML DOM Level2 CORE) DOMParser and XMLSerializer.

A JavaScript implementation of W3C DOM for Node.js, Rhino and the browser. Fully compatible with W3C DOM level2; and some compatible with level3. Supports DOMParser and XMLSerializer interface such as in browser.