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xml for SCRIPT

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XML for SCRIPT is a powerful, standards-compliant JavaScript XML parser that is designed to help web application designers implement cross platform applications that take advantage of client-side manipulation of XML data.

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    This project really needs a whole HECK of a lot more noise made about it - because with the advent of Web Workers, this is the ONLY way to parse XML in the Web Worker (which doesn't have access to the standard browser DOM objects!)! After that disappointing discovery, I found this project, followed the instructions, made a couple of tweaks to the DOM access code in my JS, and had it running like a dream. It is 99.9% compatible with the standard browser DOM API - my code runs correctly with either (I test in the foreground thread). Brillian product - MAKE SOME NOISE!

    Posted 02/06/2012
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript

Registered

2000-11-02

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