This seems like it could be pretty cool. I always thought hpricot was
just an XML parser. Your about page would be much enhanced with a few
sentences on what hpricot actually is. I would be interested in a
short introduction so as to know whether (when/why) to dive into it
Thanks for continuing the work of our dearly departed _why.
On Jan 6, 2010, at 1:04 PM, DAN BIKLE wrote:
> I enhanced http://hpricot.co... and deployed it to heroku.
> I use hpricot.com to build and test various hpricot expressions and
> then run them against a variety of websites.
> Hpricot.com shows you the resulting html.
> Also hpricot.com will render the resulting html.
> For some development activities, hpricot.com is useful.
> If you have any questions, e-me.
> --Dan Bikle
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