Converts xml to json and vice-versa, using node-expat.
It does not parse the following elements:
This module uses node-expat which will require extra steps if you want to get it installed on Windows. Please refer to its documentation. Also, please be aware of known issues installing node-expat on Windows: https://github.com/node-xmpp/node-expat/issues?utf8=✓&q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+windows
$ npm install xml2json
var parser = ;// xml to jsonvar xml = "<foo>bar</foo>";var json = parser; //returns a string containing the JSON structure by defaultconsole;// json to xmlvar json =root:name: '$t': 'John' id:'idx' // $t for text, and all others will be attributes;var xml = parser; //returns xml <root><name for="idx">John</name></root>console
var options =object: falsereversible: falsecoerce: falsesanitize: truetrim: truearrayNotation: false;
var chars ='<': '<''>': '>''(': '('')': ')''#': '#''&': '&''"': '"'"'": ''';
var options =sanitize: false;
sanitize: false is the default option to behave like previous versions
(*) xml2json tranforms CDATA content to JSON, but it doesn't generate a reversible structure.
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