There are many different open source XML parsing libraries for the iOS platform, several were in the previously mentioned XML parser performance guide. For those interested in doing things without making use of an outside library I mentioned some reusable classes for XML parsing.
I’ve actually found out about, and had some other XML parser libraries submitted, but none of those libraries really provided anything different from what was already out there so I chose not to mention them.
This XML parsing library however is different.
This library aims to provide a different kind of XML experience by placing emphasis on the libraries usage syntax rather than just peformance. This is done by making extensive use of blocks, and providing an easy to maintain and highly readable syntax.
The library is RaptureXML from Rapture In Venice.
You can find the the library on the Github page here:
Be sure to check out the Github to see further details on what makes this library different and examples showing how readable and simple the usage code actually is.
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