XML Tools

A collection of XML tools that facilitate the creation, manipulation, validation, and analysis of XML data.

XML Beautifier/formatter

Beautify your XML by removing all the unnecessary characters.


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XML Minifier & Compressor

Minify your XML by removing all the unnecessary characters.


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XPath Evaluator

XPath evaluator is a tool that allows you to evaluate XPath expressions on XML documents.


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Convert XML document into YAML format.


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Convert XML snippets to raw JSON code.


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XML to CSV converter is a free online tool to convert data from XML format into CSV format.


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XML Diff - XML Compare

XML Diff, short for XML Difference, is a tool used to compare two XML (eXtensible Markup Language) documents and identify the differences or changes between them.


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XML Tools

XML tools are online services designed to facilitate the creation, manipulation, validation, and analysis of XML (eXtensible Markup Language) data. XML is a markup language that is both human-readable and machine-readable, used for representing structured data in a standardized format. XML is commonly employed in various domains, including web development, data interchange, configuration files, and document storage.

Here are some common types of XML tools:

  1. XML Parsers and Validators:
    • Tools that parse XML documents and validate their syntax against a specified Document Type Definition (DTD) or XML Schema Definition (XSD). Parsers are essential for ensuring that XML documents adhere to the correct structure.
  2. XML Editors:
    • Software applications or online platforms designed for editing and creating XML documents. XML editors often provide syntax highlighting, auto-completion, and formatting features to make working with XML easier.
  3. XML Schema Editors:
    • Tools specifically focused on creating and editing XML Schema Definitions (XSD). XML Schemas define the structure, data types, and constraints for XML documents.
  4. XPath and XQuery Tools:
    • Tools that allow users to query and navigate XML documents using XPath or XQuery expressions. XPath is a query language for selecting nodes in an XML document, while XQuery is a more powerful language for querying and transforming XML data.
  5. XML to JSON Converters:
    • Tools that convert XML data into JSON format. This can be useful for interoperability with systems or applications that use JSON.
  6. XML Transformation Tools (XSLT):
    • Applications or libraries that perform XML transformations using the eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT). XSLT allows developers to transform XML documents into different formats.
  7. XML Diff Tools:
    • Applications that help identify the differences between two XML documents. XML diff tools highlight additions, deletions, or modifications in the structure or content of XML data.
  8. XML Pretty Printers:
    • Tools that format XML data to make it more readable. Pretty printers add indentation and line breaks to enhance human readability.
  9. XML Generators:
    • Tools that assist in generating sample XML data based on predefined structures or schemas. These generators are useful for testing and development.
  10. XPath Visualizers:
    • Tools that visualize the results of XPath queries on XML documents, making it easier for users to understand the structure and content of the data.
  11. XML Data Binding Tools:
    • Libraries or frameworks that simplify the process of binding XML data to programming language objects. XML data binding tools generate code to represent XML elements as native objects in the chosen programming language.

These XML tools cater to the needs of developers, data architects, and other professionals working with XML data across various domains. The selection of a specific tool depends on the task at hand, such as data validation, transformation, or querying.

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