This category is for resources related to the World Wide Web Consortium Document Object Model (W3C DOM). The W3C DOM is the industry standard object model for representing HTML and XML pages. It is used in browsers and other HTML and XML tools.
A full DOM level 2 implementation for Python, included in the PyXML package.
A validating XML parser written in 100% pure Java, which includes an implementation of the Level 1 DOM, some of the Level 2 DOM, and SAX.
Different open source tools, most of which use the Xerces implementation (DOM Level 1 and 2) as a base. Xerces itself is available in Java, C++, Perl, and COM.
XML for C++ parser (XML4C) is a validating XML parser written in a portable subset of C++. It implements Level 1 and some of Level 2 DOM, as well as providing SAX interfaces. Source code, samples and API documentation are provided with the parser.
Reference guide with examples.
Reference guide with examples for the second release of the object model.
Full support for the Level 1 DOM.
An open-source XML/HTML browser which is implementing full Level 2 DOM support.
A list of DOM resources.
Promises to create a fully standards-compliant DOM interface. It is based on Daniel Veillard's libxml.
Definitive specification for the DOM.
A stand-alone ECMAScript interpreter that supports Level 1 DOM Core. An XSLT processor contains the same engine.
Includes a collection of Perl5 wrapper objects that internally use their XML4C counterparts for Level 1 DOM processing.
XML and CORBA/RMI/XML-RPC based MOM (message oriented middleware) for Java/C/C++/Perl/Tcl/Python. Free for commercial and non commercial use (LGPL).
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