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

  •    Javascript

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.

XmlSchemaClassGenerator - Generate C# classes from XML Schema files

  •    CSharp

A console program and library to generate XmlSerializer compatible C# classes from XML Schema files. Specifying the NamespaceProvider is optional. If you don't provide one, C# namespaces will be generated automatically. The example above shows how to create a custom NamespaceProvider that has a dictionary for a number of specific namespaces as well as a generator function for XML namespaces that are not in the dictionary. In the example the generator function is the default function but with a custom namespace prefix. You can also use a custom generator function, e.g.

xmlserializer - xmlserializer serializes a DOM subtree or DOM document into XML/XHTML

  •    Javascript

xmlserializer serializes a DOM subtree or DOM document into XML/XHTML. It understands documents generated by parse5 and regular browser DOMs (and thus can act as a drop-in replacement for XMLSerializer which for some browsers only serializes true XML documents).

node-xmlshim - DOMWriter and XMLParser for node.js

  •    Javascript

This project brings the DOMParser1 and XMLSerializer2 objects known from the browser to node.js. Additionally functions from document.implementation, most importantly createDocument3 are exposed via this module. XML Shim is ready to be browsified and therefore pretty useful for cross-platform projects.




slimdom.js - Fast, tiny, standards-compliant XML DOM implementation for node and the browser

  •    TypeScript

Fast, tiny, standards-compliant XML DOM implementation for node and the browser. This is a (partial) implementation of the DOM living standard, as last updated 8 August 2017, and the DOM Parsing and Serialization W3C Editor's Draft. See the 'Features' and 'Limitations' sections below for details on what's included and what's not.