Nokogiri (鋸) makes it easy and painless to work with XML and HTML from Ruby. (by sparklemotion)

Nokogiri Alternatives

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Nokogiri reviews and mentions

Posts with mentions or reviews of Nokogiri. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-02-20.
  • Web Scraping in Python – The Complete Guide
    11 projects | | 20 Feb 2024
  • Did you know Nokogiri now has opt-in HTML5 parsing?
    7 projects | /r/ruby | 5 Jun 2023
    I hadn't noticed that Nokogiri added opt-in HTML5 parsing recently. Looks like... based on CHANGELOG it looks like maybe pretty recently indeed, 1.15.0 @ 2023-05-15 ?
    7 projects | /r/ruby | 5 Jun 2023
    release planning: v1.16.0 · Issue #2897 · sparklemotion/nokogiri
    7 projects | /r/ruby | 5 Jun 2023
    RFC: Explore alternatives to libxml2 for HTML parsing · Issue #2064 · sparklemotion/nokogiri, the original discussion that ended with the decision to merge Nokogumbo into Nokogiri
  • As a Go developer, I’m surprised Crystal isn’t more popular
    8 projects | /r/crystal_programming | 26 May 2023
    What's holding me back from going all in with Crystal is I have a lot of pre-existing Ruby code, and porting Ruby code to Crystal can be tricky. For example, Crystal lacks an Enumerator class (aka generators) due to captured block semantics. I also wish the shards ecosystem was a little more mature; for example there's multiple HTML parsing libraries, but none have all of the features that Ruby's Nokogiri has. For new greenfield backend projects, I would totally use Crystal.
  • Two months into learning Ruby, it is the most beautiful language I ever learned
    5 projects | /r/ruby | 25 Feb 2023
    Welcome! Ruby isn't exactly "dying", but the hype/popularity is definitely fading. This is primarily because Ruby is no longer "new", most of Ruby's popularity came from Rails, and now Rails is no longer the "new hotness". However, Ruby still has lots of awesome features and lots of awesome other libraries and frameworks, such as the new fancy irb gem that uses reline, nokogiri, chunky_png, the async gems, Dragon Ruby, SciRuby, Ronin, and the new Hanami web framework.
  • What should I be learning?
    3 projects | /r/ruby | 25 Oct 2022
  • Ditch Your Version Manager
    18 projects | | 19 Sep 2021
    Mike has worked hard over the years to have Nokogiri come with its dependencies. It does come with libxml and all that is required.


    > These dependencies are met by default by Nokogiri's packaged versions of the libxml2 and libxslt source code, but a configuration option --use-system-libraries is provided to allow specification of alternative library locations.

    Some authors work hard to have their tools do the right thing and consistently.

  • Web scraping with rails
    7 projects | /r/rails | 16 Sep 2021
    If the page is rendered as html you can use Nokogiri. It has great support and is pretty easy to get started with too.
  • My favorite Ruby gems
    3 projects | /r/ruby | 28 May 2021
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Basic Nokogiri repo stats
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sparklemotion/nokogiri is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of Nokogiri is C.

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