Using Chrome’s XPath with jQuery
While working with the Chrome Developer Tool I’ve discovered that you can retrieve the XPath of a selected node, But… it only works in Chrome. So what about other browsers? What about jQuery? What about querying documents that resulted from an AJAX request?
As a .Net developer I’m almost addicted to regular expressions to solve common string problems. The advantage of regex is that a lot of tools and languages use them. A drawback is that regex can be very complex and hard to read (documenting them is…
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Hi! I'm Kees. Thanks for checking out my Blog. I work as a .Net Engineer for one of the biggest web-shops in the Netherlands: wehkamp. I ❤️ C# and I like to solve nifty problems.Learn more