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XML String Browser (just like Internet Explorer) using the WebBrowser Control

, 14 Apr 2008 CPOL
This article will show you how to view a colourful collapsible treeview for XML Strings/XmlDocument in a browser (just like Internet Explorer) without the need for XML files.
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XMLRenderTestApp.exe
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George Zabanah
Architect
Australia Australia
George Zabanah has been architecting and developing solutions commercially from start to finish for over 11 years. He has been programming since he was 11 (for over 25 years now!) using many different technologies (almost all Microsoft). George is proficient in many languages and employs best practices wherever possible using design patterns, .NET, XSLT, XML, Regular Expressions, various flavours of SQL (to name just a few). His favourite tools, however, are the whiteboard and Sparx Enterprise Architect/Powerpoint. Many waking moments have been spent by George thinking about solutions in his head (even while watching tv). His best moments are the "Eureka" moments when he wakes up from a good sleep (or after watching tv) to find that his latest challenge has been solved!

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