Online XML Viewer

Check and review XML data with our online tool.
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XPath Combinations

What is XML Format?

One of the most widely used and powerful formats to represent a data is XML. The language is bounded by a set of rules which allows to represent any complex data. All the names are supposed to begin with a letter, colon(;) or an underscore (_), and the language must be continued with a set of acceptable symbols for names, which can include dashes, dots, Arabic digits, punctuation marks and many more.

Now a days, XML syntax have made its way to the default Microsoft programs and tools such as, Microsoft Office, LibreOffice, and in iWork of Apple. Not only this but Apple also uses XML for their implementation of registry. Another insight to highlight the major usage of XML is even the XHTML document format uses the XML syntax.

How our XML parser, viewer and editor can help?

Any user can use the tool to format, improve, beautify or even minimize your XML. You can review XML in a tree view which makes it easier to understand and read. Another advantage is the possibility to load form file or from any string. The validation is eecuted on the XML paste and in case of invalid format a warning appears.

As a user-friendly feature, the view XML online tool also has a variant to convert he XML data to JSON which can also be further manipulated at the same page.

Additionaly you can easily save XML in PDF, WORD, JSON or XML formats.

XML Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
        <name>Belgian Waffles</name>
        <description>Two of our famous Belgian Waffles with plenty of real maple syrup</description>
        <name>Pancakes With Honey</name>
        <name>French Toast</name>
        <description>Thick slices made from our homemade sourdough bread</description>


Tree View

Convenient and Easy to read

XML Checker

Before display XML validation check is provided

Conversion to JSON

XML data can be easily converted into JSON to use in other applications

Target Formats

You can save your XML content as XML, WORD, PDF or JSON