24 Jan

NuGet Project Uncovered: xizzle

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If you are coming to this series of posts for the first time you might check out my introductory post for a little context.

xizzle is a project that attempts to give you CSS-Like selector capability over arbitrary xml. This project first piqued?my interest because I hoped it would be a light weight alternative to fizzler (Somebody should put fizzler on the NuGet feed. 1.2.3 not it). Unfortunately it isn?t quite there. Maybe someday xizzle will be strong enough to compete with fizzler but at the moment it doesn?t support nearly the amount of selector syntax that fizzler does and once I started playing with it I was mildly disappointed in its selector capabilities. Was probably written to get a certain class selector options accomplished and the writer just didn?t need all that much support yet. But I think there?s some real potential for a project like this to push forward. Lightweight, all included easy syntax.

4 thoughts on “NuGet Project Uncovered: xizzle

  1. Forgive me Jason, but I think your interest was piqued, not peaked.  😉

    Good luck with the project!

  2. Awesome. I was looking for a .NET equivalent to nokogiri, but didn’t know about either of these. I’ll have to give fizzler a shot and keep an eye on xizzle.

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