XPathVisualizer v1.3 Latest

Rating:        Based on 12 ratings
Reviewed:  12 reviews
Downloads: 47311
Change Set: 70901
Released: Nov 10, 2011
Updated: Nov 10, 2011 by Cheeso
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Finding any tool that supports the use of XPath visually to find your way around an XML file is almost impossible. This one, once you get over the problem of having to hit the alt key to get the menus (did lose a few minutes to start with figuring that out), saves me hours of time being able to create complex XPath expressions and test them before I try to use them in an application where it's a lengthy trial and error to get it right. It's a shame it's not still being developed as I'm sure the alt thing could be resolved, and it could be a little more responsive. But no complaints... it's free and saves me a lot of time!
by paulfilkin on Jul 15 at 9:35 PM
     
I don't care how well something works, if you ship your product and its default configuration is to HIDE THE MENUS FOR LOADING THE DATA IT NEEDS TO FUNCTION, then you sir, as a developer, are F*CKING RETARDED. I cant believe how unbelievable furious I am. What a crap-tastic and ridiculous design. I should never, NEVER, have to google search to find out how to use your product. Un f-ing real man. Idiot!
by mishii1776 on Jul 15 at 7:41 PM
     
Yea, the menus are hidden by default. You can also press "CTRL+N" for a new document window, "CTRL+O" to open one.
by robg69 on Apr 21, 2015 at 3:09 PM
     
By default the menu is invisible. Pressing Alt does the trick... For me it works, I was able to create a new document and test an XPath expression.
by Onesimus on Jun 6, 2014 at 12:58 PM
     
Couldn't load my XML document and it threw exceptions every time I tried to add a namespace. Bad release?
by krisoye on Jan 27, 2014 at 6:32 AM
     
Cannot select the XML document, which is about 50% of the problem. Completely non-functional.
by icey502 on Dec 14, 2013 at 10:48 PM
     
1.3.0.6 seems to be an incomplete release. There is no way to enter the xml document. The program is completely unusable. Edit: Ok I figured out that Alt makes the File menu appear. What a horrible idea.
by rustyhowell on Oct 14, 2013 at 5:59 PM
     
It seems to be doing what it claims it will do, and looks very useful. I haven't tested it except in tiny ways, though. YMMV. (Press ALT to make the File menu visible -- it's like IE that way.)
by wilsonch on Oct 10, 2013 at 8:30 PM
     
something is extremely wrong with this code, it interferes with my nVidea control panel, it doesnt work at all
by michaelmfranz on Jul 4, 2013 at 2:20 AM
     
Buggy release... Does not show input control to select xml file in the first place. Cant use it in any way. Tried MSI & zip both. I am using Windows 7 if that matters.
by SushilJoshi on Mar 1, 2013 at 12:23 PM
     
This is brilliant Cheeso, thanks very much. Works a charm and is a pleasure to use. You basically built exactly what I was hoping to find! I appreciate your comments on the home page too, it's nice to read a bit about it. I found it a bit odd that I had to press ALT to load my xml file, but that's a very minor point. Well done and thanks a million.
by trevorjobling on Mar 29, 2012 at 11:13 AM
     
ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok
by ser1ser on Mar 26, 2012 at 4:35 PM