@tuple – experimenting with lisp-like syntax as XML replacement

Motivation The following post describes an experimental format which has a lisp-like syntax, with hints of JSON, for storing tree-structured data as text. The main motivation was a need to have a less verbose alternative to XML, but still be readable and editable, support pattern matching and transformation, include common binary datatypes, and enable structural…

Simple serialization with XML strings in Javascript

Introduction Included in this post are some quick and simple functions for doing XML serialization in Javascript through strings. Reserved XML characters < > & ‘ ” are escaped from input and if any invalid input are found an exception will be thrown. List of XML utility functions: toXmlHeader() – Creates the XML header. toXmlElem(name:…