The parser is very tolerant with "real world" malformed HTML.The object model is very similar to what proposes System. Html Agility Pack now supports Linq to Objects (via a LINQ to Xml Like interface).Get the latest Html Agility Pack updates at our new Twitter feed @htmlagilitypack What is exactly the Html Agility Pack (HAP)?This is an agile HTML parser that builds a read/write DOM and supports plain XPATH or XSLT (you actually don't HAVE to understand XPATH nor XSLT to use it, don't worry...). NET code library that allows you to parse "out of the web" HTML files.The amended rule updating the Energy Code update incorporates the following documents by reference: York State.html#2015 Local municipalities that submit their annual Code Enforcement and Administration report to the Division of Building Standards and Codes will receive copies of the newly adopted Uniform Code and Energy Code books.In addition to code books, municipalities will receive a one year electronic subscription to the newly adopted codes and a one year Governmental Membership to the International Code Council.Proposed Amendments to Part 1203 The rule now under development would amend Part 1203 to provide that local governments’ code enforcement programs must (1) require permit applications to include the additional Energy Code-specific information required by the 2016 Energy Code; (2) require permit applications to include the design professional’s certification as to code compliance; (3) provide that the Authority Having Jurisdiction will stamp approved plans as “reviewed for Energy Code Compliance;” and (4) provide for inspections for Energy Code compliance at the specific stages of construction required by the 2016 Energy Code.Executive Law § 381(1)(i) provides that the matters to be addressed by the Department of State’s “minimum standards” regulations should include “standards and procedures for measuring the rate of compliance with the [Energy Code], and provisions requiring that such rate of compliance be measured on an annual basis.” The rule now under development would implement Executive Law § 381(1)(i) by adding to Part 1203 provisions requiring local governments’ code enforcement programs to include provisions for measuring and reporting the rate of compliance with the Energy Code.
Energy Law § 11-107 provides that local governments that administer and enforce the Uniform Code are also required to administer and enforce the State Energy Conservation Construction Code (the Energy Code).
The rule now under development would also make a number of technical changes to Part 1203, such as changing current references to the Uniform Code to references to both the Uniform Code and Energy Code.