Powerful XML viewer for Google Chrome
XV is an XML viewer for Google Chrome. Online demo: http://media.chikuyonok.ru/xmlview/
New in version 1.1.0:
Bugfixes and improvements for current Chrome version
New in version 1.0.13:
This release should fix issues introduced in Chrome 27
New in version 1.0.8:
Added support of Web Intents that allows users to pick XV as RSS and ATOM feeds viewer
New in version 1.0.7:
XV plugin is can intercept RSS and ATOM feeds and render them as XML. To enable this feature, you should go to extension’s Options page and check “Intercept requests for XML, RSS and ATOM documents” option.
New in version 1.0.5:
* Fixed outline display
+ Added page action (in address bar) to try to render current document, served with invalid content-type, with XV plugin.
*** Version 1.0.3 overrides native XML tree viewer in Chrome 11.x. There might be a flash of native viewer (depends on XML size), this may be fixed in future versions of Google Chrome only. ***
* Collapsable elements: Alt+click to expand/collapse all descendant elements. Double-click on opening or closing tag to collapse it.
* Outline for better document overview
* Search by name or XPath. By default uses simple search mode which looks for a partial match in element‘s or attribute’s name; use special symbols like '/' or '[' to search by XPath
* Quick XPath mode: hold down Command (Mac) or Ctrl (PC) key while moving mouse cursor over element‘s or attribute’s name to enter Quick XPath mode. Use Shift key to cycle through available XPath variants and then drag’n’drop element under cursor into text editor, click on element will copy XPath to clipboard
Source code is available at http://github.com/sergeche/xmlview/