It validates RSS feeds against the rules defined in the RSS 2.0 specification.
It also validates elements of commonly used namespaces: For Atom feeds, it validates against RFC 4287, which describes version 1.0 of the Atom feed format.
Starting with version 2.0, there is full support for the Unicode versions of Delphi (2009 and later).
If you find any inaccuracies or want to contribute to this comparison table by providing a feedback with your own experiences, you are welcome to send me an email at [email protected] Arabica expat seems to be an interesting combination, both in terms of performance/footprint and ease of use. Claims to be a "seriously fast and small parser, [with] hassle-free integration". Libroxml targets mainly embedded software and environments, but you can use it whenever you need to deal with XML since libroxml is ligth and fast.There are validators for other web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, and accessibility guidelines, and these have all proven quite popular.As personal news syndication is becoming more widespread, we saw a need for a comprehensive but easy-to-use validator for syndicated feeds.Furthermore, I am now manipulating (inside Anatella) terabyte-size XML files.In May 2013, I decided that it was time for an "upgrade"! 😊 The Incredible XML Parser is composed of only 2 files: a file and a .h file. The Incredible XML Parser library includes three parsers: It has: The Incredible XML DOM Parser, the Incredible XML Pull Parser and the Incredible JSON Pull Parser can all process terabyte-size XML/JSON files in a few hours on commodity hardware with very low memory consumption (i.e. The objectives of the Incredible XML/JSON Parser are the same as the old XMLParser library: And, in addition, it provides even more speed & scalability.