[jdom-interest] JDOM vs electric
graham-glass at mindspring.com
Tue Feb 12 08:40:25 PST 2002
one new thing worth mentioning is that EXML+ 4.0, due out in a couple
of weeks, includes native support for DOM. so in addition to the
you now get native DOM compatability.
after releasing EXML+ 4.0, we'll rerun the benchmarks using xerces 2.0
and the latest version of DOM, and update the JDOM benchmark page.
EXML+ 4.0 also includes transparent bidirectional serialization of Java
objects to/from XML, Java persistence using XML, XML document pattern
and many other goodies. it includes the source code for EXML and is free
for most commercial uses.
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[mailto:jdom-interest-admin at jdom.org]On Behalf Of Justin Wood
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 12:17 AM
To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
Subject: [jdom-interest] JDOM vs electric
I had a look in the mail archives from last year regarding this topic.
Round about March Jason and Graham Glass (from the Mind Electric) did a bit
Graham said he would amend his page:
Which he hasn't done. I'm sure that JDOM has come quite a way in the last
year and this page is even more out of date. Has anyone done a benchmark?
Are there big differences, apart from the constuction of the XML object? Has
anyone used both and done a pro's and cons?
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