Jericho HTML Parser is a java library allowing analysis and manipulation of parts of an HTML document, including server-side tags, while reproducing verbatim any unrecognised or invalid HTML.
It also provides high-level HTML form manipulation functions.
Using XPath Expressions, we can find nodes in any xml document satisfying the query string. To create XPath Factory xpath Factory = XPath Instance(); XPath xpath = xpath XPath(); XPath Expression expr = xpath.compile(XPATH_EXPRESSION_STRING); Object result = expr.evaluate(Object item, QName return Type); package com.journaldev.xml; import
Above program shows example of NODESET and STRING as result Object.
Since Saxon 9.4, the Subversion repository for source code is no longer maintained in Source Forge, but on the Saxonica site at https://dev.saxonica.com/repos/archive/opensource.
The repository does not contain the development branch of the code, only versions that have been released; it is the best way of obtaining bug fixes quickly if you are prepared to build the product from source (which is not for the faint-hearted).
All current releases are listed on the Saxonica download page.
There are several editions of Saxon currently maintained: Saxon 9.8 on Java requires Java 6 (also known as JDK 1.6) or later. Source code for Saxon-EE is not available (except to Saxonica development partners).
The commercial Professional Edition from Saxonica, supporting XSLT 3.0, XPath 2.0 and 3.1, and XQuery 3.1.
XPath provides syntax to define part of an XML document.
XPath Expression is a query language to select part of the XML document based on the query String.