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[https://basex.org/ BaseX] is a light-weight, high-performance and scalable XML Database and an XQuery 3.1 Processor with full support for the W3C Update and Full-Text extensions. It allows you to store, query and process large corpora of textual (XML, HTML, JSON, CSV, others) and binary data. The GUI provides an XQuery editor for writing complex applications and provides various visualizations to interactively explore data. RESTXQ enables Web Application development in XQuery. BaseX is platform-independent BSD-licensed (find more on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BaseX Wikipedia]).
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This is the documentation for '''[[BaseX 10]]'''. The newest and upcoming features are [https://docs.basex.org/index.php?search=Announce {{Announce|highlighted}}].
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If you have questions, or if you want to get into direct contact with the developer team and users of BaseX, please write to our [https://basex.org/open-source/ mailing lists]. Many questions are being discussed at [https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/basex StackOverflow]; confirmed bugs and feature requests are discussed on [https://github.com/basexdb/basex/issues GitHub].
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=Getting Started=
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=[[Getting Started]]=
 
 
The [[Getting Started]] Section gives you a quick introduction to BaseX. We suggest to start with the graphical frontend [[GUI Tutorial| (BaseX GUI)]] as this is the easiest way to access your XML data and get an idea of how BaseX works.
 
  
Category: [http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Beginner Beginners],
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The getting started section gives you a quick introduction to BaseX. We suggest that you start with the [[Graphical User Interface]] as this is the easiest way to access your XML data, and to get an idea of how XQuery and BaseX works.
[http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Instructions Instructions]
 
  
=XQuery Guide=
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=[[XQuery|XQuery Portal]]=
More information on using the wide range of XQuery functions and performing XPath and XQuery requests with BaseX can be found in our [[Querying|Query Portal]].
 
  
Category: [http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:XQuery XQuery]
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More information on using the wide range of XQuery functions and performing XPath and XQuery requests with BaseX can be found in our XQuery Portal.
 
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=BaseX for Developers=
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=[[Developing|Developer Section]]=
The [[Developing|Developer]] Section provides useful information for developers.
 
Here you can find information on various alternatives to integrate BaseX into your own project.
 
  
Categories: [http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Developer Developer],
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The developer section provides useful information for developers. Here you can find information on our supported client APIs and HTTP services, and we present different ways how you can integrate BaseX into your project.
[http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:JAX-RX JAX-RX],
 
[http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Bindings Bindings],
 
[http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Bindings Bindings],
 
[http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Category:Code_Examples Code Examples]
 
  
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Information for advanced users can be found in our [[Advanced Usage]] Section,
 
which contains details on the BaseX storage and the Server architecture, and
 
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Information for advanced users can be found in our advanced user's guide, which contains details on the BaseX storage, the Client/Server architecture, and some querying features.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:41, 1 August 2022

BaseX, Graphical User Interface

BaseX is a light-weight, high-performance and scalable XML Database and an XQuery 3.1 Processor with full support for the W3C Update and Full-Text extensions. It allows you to store, query and process large corpora of textual (XML, HTML, JSON, CSV, others) and binary data. The GUI provides an XQuery editor for writing complex applications and provides various visualizations to interactively explore data. RESTXQ enables Web Application development in XQuery. BaseX is platform-independent BSD-licensed (find more on Wikipedia).

This is the documentation for BaseX 10. The newest and upcoming features are highlighted.

If you have questions, or if you want to get into direct contact with the developer team and users of BaseX, please write to our mailing lists. Many questions are being discussed at StackOverflow; confirmed bugs and feature requests are discussed on GitHub.

Getting Started[edit]

The getting started section gives you a quick introduction to BaseX. We suggest that you start with the Graphical User Interface as this is the easiest way to access your XML data, and to get an idea of how XQuery and BaseX works.

XQuery Portal[edit]

More information on using the wide range of XQuery functions and performing XPath and XQuery requests with BaseX can be found in our XQuery Portal.

 

Developer Section[edit]

The developer section provides useful information for developers. Here you can find information on our supported client APIs and HTTP services, and we present different ways how you can integrate BaseX into your project.

Advanced User's Guide[edit]

Information for advanced users can be found in our advanced user's guide, which contains details on the BaseX storage, the Client/Server architecture, and some querying features.