Archive for the 'XML' Category
One of the members of the JKI team just pointed me to the new version (2.5.2798.17141) of XML Notepad. The major improvement is performance — it’s MUCH faster! The old version was pretty clunky (although, very feature rich and easy to use).
This free tool from Microsoft is very useful for editing and debugging XML when [...]
doesn't inherently support element ordering. So, if you have XML that
looks like this (below), you can't deterministically say that
the element with
"foo" data comes before element with "bar" data.
You can get around this XML limitation by explicitly adding an
order/index attribute to your ordered elements. For example:
As I've mentioned before, using XML data in LabVIEW is way too hard.
And, according to this
poll, 7 out of 10 LabVIEW developers think so, too.
LabVIEW's built-in XML schema and support functions are not
all useful for generating and parsing XML schemas defined by others.
And, the various tools available to LabVIEW developers for
generating and parsing XML schemas [...]
XML, which stands for e “9″>Xtensible “75″>Markup “11″>Language, is text-based data format (or language) that
is human readable and can be used to create arbitrary data
structures. It is designed to facilitate sharing structured
data across many different systems. Here is a simple example
of XML data:
“font-family: courier new,courier,monospace;” zid=”20″>
“font-family: courier new,courier,monospace;” zid=”21″>