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AML stands for Any Markup Language – it’s purpose is to aggregate XML DOM and HTML DOM functionality, leaving XML restrictive document treatment and replacing it with smooth use of HTML. You can use AML with any website’s HTML or XML data – wheter it’s well formated or not. It could even fail validation at all and You’ll still have an access to document’s nodes in a way You’re already familiar with. You do not need to use.Net’s restrictive XmlDocument parser or WebBrowser user control anymore, which consumes a huge amount of memory. Instead of this You get an AML, a light, quick and convenient way to navigate through Your documents.
When would You need to use AML?
1. If You are trying to retrieve some online content, eg. current weather from some weather forecast provider website and You need to do it programatically.
2. When you’re dealing with a really badly formatted XML and You’re unable to do anything about it’s source (because of buggy XML provider’s interface)
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