Mined Opinions For API: kxml

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  • Thanks,.. details
  • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too.. details
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far... details
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far... details
  • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB - Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance / memory consumption etc.. details
  • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .. details
  • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB - Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance / memory consumption etc.. details
  • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .. details
  • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar).. details
Summaries the opinions about kxml using topic modeling.
  • 0. point: 2
    • Thanks,.. details
    • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too.. details
  • 0. bit sax approach consumption driven experience large pull understand pspeed: 4
    • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far... details
    • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB - Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance / memory consumption etc.. details
    • At last ;-) - link: .. details
    • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar).. details
Summaries of the opinions about kxml using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Thanks, .
  • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too .
  • Thanks, .
  • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too .
  • Thanks, .
  • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too .
  • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar) .
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3 4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3 4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue Thanks again for the comments so far .
  • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance memory consumption etc .
  • At last ; ) link: .
  • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar) .
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3 4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3 4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue Thanks again for the comments so far .
  • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance memory consumption etc .
  • At last ; ) link: .
  • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar) .
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3 4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3 4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue Thanks again for the comments so far .
  • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance memory consumption etc .
  • At last ; ) link: .
Summaries of the opinions about kxml using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about kxml using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
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Features:
  • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too.
  • N/A
Documentation:
  • N/A
  • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
Onlysentiment:
  • Thanks,.
  • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
Performance:
  • N/A
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far..
Usability:
  • N/A
  • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far..
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • will have a look at that :) as we will need a mobile version at some point too.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .. details
  • Performance: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far... details
      • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB - Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance / memory consumption etc.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Yes, JSON does have a toXML and you can make JSON.XMLtoJSON, but i need to add extra bits, and change a few bits around to satisfy the dojo requirements.As the quick bursts will be very strict in format, and typically be 3/4 lines line (50 at the most a (a recurring set of 3/4 line elements) holding in memory will not be too much of an issue..Thanks again for the comments so far... details
      • From my own experience with kXML 2: I used it to parse XML files larger than 1 GB - Wikipedia dumps and I was very happy with performance / memory consumption etc.. details
      • @PSpeed: IMHO SAX is not ideal, because event driven approach of SAX is harder to understand and use than pull parsing approach (of kXML parser or similar).. details