Now you can convert your GObject classes in XML nodes. This is, you can read and write XML trees directly to object classes’ properties, from basic types to complex like object properties, representing XML element’s attributes, to other child elements, while you can use collection of child nodes.
This has been easiest to implement than GXml.SerializableObjectModel, which requires you to read an XML tree and then translate to your object properties. This should be slower than new GOM implementation included in this release.
Next, should be to test it in a real project like GSVG and make some performance tests.
These are old results of GDocument vs TwDocument, used by SerializableObjectModel, to serialize and deserialize large files (3.1MB). In future articles, hope to attach this GomDocument performance and resources comparations with all existing implementations in GXml.