Stupid thing and I can't figure it out. I'm viewing some XML files in Chrome (in this case a WSDL and an XSD). I need to save as files. The problem is that the file I get when I do is mangled with a ...
I used to open my xml files in chrome and read them as plain text (and it formatted it nicely and color coded it). I haven't had to dig through any xml files in months now. But now when I try to open ...
I'm trying to find out if there's an xml parser for chrome, like we have the microsoft xml parser for IE browsers.
Before, if I go to a RSS feed (.xml file), Chrome displays it. I could use extensions to format the feed or just view the source directly. However, now, Chrome forces me to view the feed using a RSS ...
When I click on a XML feed in Firefox it automatically detects this and ask how I would like to subscribe. Is there an easy way to just see the raw feed in Firefox? This is simple in Google's Chrome ...
I love the Chrome browser, but I use XML quite a lot in my development work and when I view it in Chrome I just get the rendered text. I know that the source view is slightly better, but I'd really ...