[uf-discuss] UfXtract .Net microformats parser open-sourced
andreluis.pt at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 16:20:55 PDT 2010
Damn, forgot to reply to this! Thanks Ben. ;)
On 28 July 2010 22:19, <lists at ben-ward.co.uk> wrote:
> This is fantastic news. Thank you, Glenn, for this and for the years of
> work that have gone into UfXtract and its test suite so far.
+1! Indeed. Thank you, Glenn. Even though .NET is not my thing, it's
valuable to have this sort of tools on any language.
>From the few tests I ran, it works pretty well.
One minor gripe, though... can't we ask for transformation for more
than one format at once? Optimus does this. And it's kinda useful to
avoid more than one requests per URI... :)
Anyway, I've passed it along to the guys at the company. I'll pass any
comments that pop up, eventually.
> On Mon, 26 Jul 2010 10:53 +0100, "Glenn Jones" <glenn.jones at madgex.com>
>> Hi All
>> I have just open-sourced UfXtract .Net microformats parser. With a few
>> lines of code you can load and parse microformats from Urls or HTML
>> strings. You can then extract the data directly in .Net or convert it
>> into JSON, JSON-P or XML.
>> UfXtract currently supports the following microformats hCard, hCalendar,
>> hReview, hResume, hAtom, XFN, rel-tag, geo, adr, rel-nofollow,
>> rel-license, rel-directory, rel-home, rel-enclosure, rel-payment and
>> It also supports a handful of POSH patterns hCard-XFN, rel-me,
>> rel-next/previous, test-suite and test-fixture. The support of rel-me
>> and rel-next/previous was added to help people build social graph
>> UfXtract can typically parse a page between 10-50ms. I have gone to some
>> pains to build a test suite to make sure it conforms as closely as
>> possible to the microformats specs.
>> You can also easily create new microformats and POSH definitions using
>> some simple .Net objects.
>> API - http://ufxtract.com/
>> Documentation - http://ufxtract.com/documentation/
>> Source code - http://github.com/glennjones/ufxtract/
>> Test suite - http://www.ufxtract.com/testsuite/
>> Hopefully people will find it useful...
>> Glenn Jones
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