Today I launched a new XPath tester called XPathFiddle. XPathFiddle is a client-side web application which can be used to evaluate XPath expressions against XML content in real time. Unlike other online XPath testers, it does not require interaction with the server - all expressions are evaluated using JavaScript as the user types.

In time, I hope that XPathFiddle will become the go-to destination for developers wishing to test and share XPath expressions tested against sample XML content, in the same way that JSFiddle, Pythex and Sassmeister have snuck onto my favorites toolbar!

There is still plenty of work to be done with XPathFiddle. Plans for the future include:

Anyway, check it out.