WevDAV-js update

I’ve recently updated my JS bookmarklet webdav-js and added in some new features including tracking the history state, back button support and proper navigation.

The main thinking behind the bookmarklet is to enable easy manipulationĀ of WebDAV shares without leaving the browser. This bookmarklet allows you to, at the click of the button, browse and upload to WebDAV shares, all within the browser. I’m working on copy/move functionality but currently it supports the basics.

It’s available on github and you can dragĀ the bookmarklet here directly to your bookmarks bar:

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Beautifying XML

…well, making it easier to read at least.

I often have to deal with a machine produced lump of XML which is entirely impossible to read and extract information from, so I’ve made a small page that beautifies XML without sending it server side for processing (ideal for business sensitive data that can’t be transmitted to who-knows-what server) and thought I’d share in case it’s useful to anyone else.

There might be some bugs in there somewhere, but it’s served to meet most requirements of my day-to-day needs.

It’s available here.