If you are a software developer and use multiple tools for testing and validating your code, then Online-Toolz
can be of great help. It's a web service that provides software developers with a whole lot of validators, functions, generators and conversion tools. It offers HTML, XML validators, text conversion & encryption-decryption functions, date functions, password generators, color chooser and more.
XML (eXtensible Markup Language) file is a self-descriptive markup document that stores data in user-defined tags and transfers the data to required programs, web applications, databases, etc. Unlike HTML documents which contain data values in pre-defined tags, XML allows users to specify the tags to carry the type of data they want. Many web applications employ XML files to interact with HTML pages, while desktop applications and program APIs use XML to share data with both users and related applications and databases.
is an all-in-one application to validate XML files against XML Schema, DTD, Schematron file and convert XML into RTF, CSV and PDF format, generate syntax highlighted XML code, create XML schema documentation, assign style sheet (XSL) to XML and execute XSLT style sheets.
eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup document that contains data values enclosed in user-defined tags. While creating an XML document, one needs to make sure that defined tags are properly closed with / character, so associated applications, RDBMS, and other like programs can modify and read the data values without any issues. Since a broken XML documents can have numerous issues, it’s quite a hectic task to manually dry run the code to check the XML declaration, schema introduction, tag attributes and their values, and start and end tags to ensure that XML document can be easily read by associated applications and databases. XML Viewer Plus
is a small tool for Windows which lets you validate XML document formatting and identify the syntax errors in long XML documents.
Firefox lets you do a lot of things, you can write up and run an extension that will add a tiled background of yawning kittens if you like and Firefox will be cool with it. Where it lends so much freedom to its users and freedom is perhaps a basis for its popularity, it also restricts you from doing some of the more essential functions like opening files directly in Firefox instead of downloading them (which is normal in Chrome). Open in Browser is a Firefox extension that adds an option for opening files in Text, Web Page, Page Source and XML formats or as images in the download file dialog box. The extension allows supported files to open in a browser window as opposed to downloading it, however, it doesn’t convert one file in to another and allow you to view it in your browser. Read More
What do you do with your browsing history? Most users might not have any real need for it except that it makes it easier to search for pages when you type in a website’s name in the location bar and it recalls the page you want to open based on you browsing history. Looking at a different scenario, where you either have to migrate systems or are committing some sort of browser treason and you want to take your history with you, you would need to export it. History Export
is a Firefox extension that lets you export your browsing history in either HTML, JSON, XML or plain text format to do with it what ever you will.
is an open source RSS feed reader which allows viewing RSS feeds within convenient tabs. This Java based application provides easy options for importing your feeds from an XML or OPML file to ensure that you don’t have to amass feeds from scratch. You can even open webpages (from feeds) within tabs. Like any RSS reader, it provides the utility to add, organize, update and store information in the form of feeds, as well as customize viewing options, such as, color, font and language change. What makes RSSOwl different from common feed readers is that it provides the utility to open feeds in multiple tabs, as well as browse webpages.
We require installing many standalone applications for viewing videos, photos, listening to music and opening documents of various formats. But what if one application can open all kinds of files? Free Opener
is an application that does just that. It supports a large number of file extension, including video, audio, document and image formats.Once you install this app, you will no longer need a PDF viewer, multimedia player or an app for opening compressed files.
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for electronically encoding documents. It is a format intended for providing information in a wide variety of structural formats such as RSS. XML Explorer Portable
is a lightweight open source XML file viewer which is capable of opening very large XML files in few seconds. This makes it a reliable XML file viewer for viewing, exploration and copying of formatted XML data, evaluating XPath expressions and XSD schema validation. It contains an expression library to store and manage XPath expressions. Moreover, it supports multiple tabs, has a middle-click option to close tabs, and contains Visual Studio-style dockable panes.
There are various tools that allow users to split large files, but what if you are looking to split a large XML file? XML stands for Extensible Markup Language and is the backbone of various modern document formats. Split That XML or OOXP Splitter is an opensource portable tool developed for only one purpose - splitting large XML files while keeping child-parent relationship, cardinality and XML validation intact. Read More