Safari Guide

1.3.1 09 Jan 2006

Evaluate JavaScript, XPath & XQuery expressions.

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Developer website: Celestial Teapot Software

Safari Guide is a free application for Mac OS X Tiger that allows developers to evaluate arbitrary XPath, XQuery, and JavaScript expressions against the current frontmost Safari webpage.

Using Safari Guide is easy...

  1. Open a webpage or XML document in a Safari browser window.
  2. Launch Safari Guide and type an XPath expression into the XPath text field, or an XQuery into the XQuery text area, or a JavaScript expression into the JavaScript text area.
  3. Click 'Evaluate' and watch the matching sequence of nodes or JavaScript value from the front Safari window appear.

So what is Safari Guide good for?

Safari Guide can be helpful in debugging applications which use XPath, XQuery, and JavaScript. Also, Safari Guide is a simple, elegant tool with which to learn more about the fascinating XPath and XQuery languages.

Safari Guide requires Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or later

Safari Guide is developed by Todd Ditchendorf.

What's New

Version 1.3.1:
  • User help available under the Help menu including links to tutorials and resources for learning XSTL, XPath and XQuery.
  • You can now select and copy the text in the result tables under the XPath and XQuery tabs.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Details

Downloads
3,188
Version Downloads
2,056
Type
Development / HTML
License
Free
Date
09 Jan 2006
Platform
OS X / PPC 32
Price
Free