XMLQuire
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XMLQuire
his simple-to-use and free XML Editor brings a new editing experience: XML indentation is fully automated and entirely separate from XML content - no formatting tabs or spaces!

The XML Diff and Patch GUI Tool
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The XML Diff and Patch GUI Tool
This article focuses on developing a command-line tool by reusing code from the XML Diff and Patch installation and samples. The tool works very similar to the WinDiff utility; it presents the differences in a separate window and highlights them.

The XML Diff and Patch tool contains a library that contains an XmlDiff class, which can be used to compare two XML documents. The Compare method on this class takes two files and either returns true, if the files are equal, or generates an output file called an XML diffgram containing a list of differences between the files. The XmlDiff class can be supplied an options class XmlDiffOptions that can be used to set the various options for comparing files.

The Failure of OpenID, AtomPub and XML on the Web
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Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life - Learning from our Mistakes: The Failure of OpenID, AtomPub and XML on the Web
The fact that XML based technologies are no longer required tools in the repertoire of the Web developer isn’t news to anyone who follows web development trends. However it is interesting to look back and consider that there was once a time when the W3C and the broader web development community assumed this was going to be the case. The reasons for its failure on the Web are self evident in retrospect.

xmlvm
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xmlvm
The goal of XMLVM is to offer a flexible and extensible cross-compiler toolchain. Instead of cross-compiling on a source code level, XMLVM cross-compiles byte code instructions from Sun Microsystem's virtual machine and Microsoft's Common Language Runtime. The benefit of this approach is that byte code instructions are easier to cross-compile and the difficult parsing of a high-level programming language is left to a regular compiler. In XMLVM, byte code-based programs are represented as XML documents. This allows manipulation and translation of XMLVM-based programs using advanced XML technologies such as XSLT, XQuery, and XPath.

Enumerating Large XML Files
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Enumerating Large XML Files (Doug Rothaus)
How do you read an enormous XML file then? You use the XmlReader class, which has been around since the first release of the .NET Framework. It reads through an XML file, but simply places a pointer on the current XML element or attribute as you go through the file. As you read through the file with the XmlReader object, you can examine the current XML, decide if you are interested in it, process it, discard it, and move on to the next part of the file. The important thing is that you can minimize how much memory is utilized at any one time in your app.

API for European Parliament data on MEPs voting records
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API for European Parliament data on MEPs voting records
At this page we give you the raw data used at It's Your Parliament. The data is structured using simple XML markup and contains information on voting records of members of the European Parliament from 2004 to April 2010. The API is free to use, only thing we ask for is a link back to our site.

WADL for SOA
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WADL for SOA
I think WADL is more or less suitable as a machine-readable media type for describing the set or resources exposed by a service. It could perhaps do with some extensions (and better extensibility), but it seems like a good starting point to me.

Discover the flexibility of Schematron abstract patterns
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Discover the flexibility of Schematron abstract patterns
If you have the basics of an XML format in mind, but know that you will not be able to get everyone at the table to agree to every detail of the schema, consider Schematron abstract patterns. Schematron is probably the most powerful XML schema language available (and it can be much more than just a schema language). Its advanced features, especially abstract patterns, allow for schemata that you can quickly adapt to multiple variants of XML formats. This opens up extraordinary possibilities for XML schema, including the abilities to restrict XML formats and to make them generic and adaptable as well.
Argotic Syndication Framework
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Argotic Syndication Framework - Home
A powerful and extensible .NET web content syndication framework for RSS, Atom, OPML, APML, BlogML, RSD and more. The Argotic Syndication Framework is a Microsoft .NET class library framework that enables developers to easily consume and/or generate syndicated content from within their own applications. The framework makes the reading and writing syndicated content in common formats such as RSS, Atom, OPML, APML, BlogML, and RSD very easy while still remaining extensible enough to support common/custom extensions to the syndication publishing formats. The framework includes out-of-the-box implementations of the most commonly used syndication extensions, network clients for sending and receiving peer-to-peer notification protocol messages; as well as HTTP handlers, modules, services and controls that provide rich syndication functionality to ASP.NET developers.

LINQ To XML Samples
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LINQ To XML Samples
Lots of LINQ examples