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Editing XML: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (4/5) - exploring XML

Editing XML: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The NewWebbers

As always in market economies with a new market segment a whole new group of players grow up, and the XML editor field is no different. Some of the new kids on the block are:


XML Spy is a professional XML Editor for XML, XHTML, XSL, RDF, 3DML and DTD Files. It allows document processing in three different views: An 'Enhanced Grid View' for structured editing of elements, a source code view including syntax highlighting and an integrated browser preview, supporting CSS and XSL style sheets.


XMLwriter is a C++ program for Windows that provides users with validation of XML documents against a DTD or XML Schema, conversion of XML to HTML using XSL stylesheets, and formatting XML data with CSS. Features include validation of XML documents, transformation of XML documents using XSL, a structured Project View, and User Tools that can be configured to run external applications from within XMLwriter.

vervet logic xmlPro

xmlPro features the usual tree view, validation, undo, cut & paste, for a staggering 175 US Dollars when the above come in at about 50$.

And last not least the OldWebbers.


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Created: Feb. 13, 2000
Revised: Feb. 29, 2000