Published: Jul 26 2009 / 18:09
which one is good? which one is bad. Please educate me.
I more than agree : the w3c dom api is a pain in the ass to use, whereas dom4j (and jdom) are much more usable and targeted for human beings
One was written by guys in the trenches, the other by PHDs
The title doesn't really match the article.
So to sum it up dom4j good, xerces bad?! WTF? I hate to be negative, but this really was bad. There was absolutely nothing in there to give you guidelines on building an api. Exactly no insight.
not dom4j good, xerces bad. dom4j user-friendly api, xerces pain in the butt api. i use xerces over dom4j most of the time, but am incredibly frustrated by the difficulty and verbosity of a number of simple tasks when using it
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