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Understanding the advanced capabilities of ConfDXPATH in NETCONF and YANG Image.jpg isn't always easy and takes time. For instance, how to navigate through the hierarchical structures of an XML document using XPath. Since XML serves as the encoding format for NETCONF and a data model defined in YANG is represented in XML, it was natural for NETCONF and YANG to utilize XPath.

We would like to save you time when it comes to understanding XPath as a powerful  tool when used by NETCONF and YANG. We have created an application note to outline the use of XPath and its capabilites when used with NETCONF and YANG. Download your copy of "XPath in NETCONF and YANG" today to learn how ConfD's advanced capability includes XPath and its impact on your network programmability efforts.

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Sal LiRosi, Head of Tail-f Sales & Business Development

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Whether you need to learn something new or get a refresher on ConfD our twelve tutorial videos will help you improve your implementation and use of ConfD. 

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It is time to take the blog up a notch and share some advanced programmability options. Read about the latest application note and how you can take advantage of XPath in your network programmability efforts. 

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