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EditiX - XML Editor & XSLT Debugger  EditiX - XML Editor & XSLT Debugger

 EditiX has an XSLT debugger and an XML Differencing support. It provides users with an extensive range of XML functionality within a refined IDE that guides you with intelligent entry helpers. The user can manage remote files from FTP, WebDAV or from an archive file like ZIP or JAR. It includes real time XPath location and syntax error detection. Some content assistants are provided with context syntax popup supporting DTD, XML Schema, and RelaxNG. Multiple templates and project management are bound to editiX. The user can apply XSL, XSL-FO or DocBook Transformation by shortcuts and show the result in a dedicated view. EditiX includes default templates for XML, DocBook, DTD, XHTML, XSLT, XSD, XML RelaxNG, SVG, MathML, and XSL-FO. EditiX is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Unix/Linux....

Ultrid  Ultrid

 This is a technology which can be used by the programmers to generate rich client desktop applications. This program comes with an effective Ultrid engine which performs as a layer run time over java. This program has the ability to implement XML tags and to deliver them as an application. This technology enables a perfect division between User Interface code and logic of the program. Ultrid development comes for two major purposes one is programming and another one is designing....
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Recurse, not divide, to conquer  Recurse, not divide, to conquer

 Ever want to know how to bridge processing of an HTML element over two XSLT templates? Here`s why not to do it. This article demonstrates how to shift your thinking into the XSLT recursive approach, which is especially helpful if you have a background in a procedural language (Java and the like). Sample code demonstrates the right way (and the wrong way) to work with a flat XML or XHTML file that you want to process hierarchically....

Using XLink to simplify the representation of data  Using XLink to simplify the representation of data

 This column takes a look at how to use XLink pointers when representing data to make XML documents more compact and flexible. Sample code shows examples of an invoice with and without the XLink pointers, plus an example of using XLinks with a URL-addressable database....

Expand XSL with extensions  Expand XSL with extensions

 The combined power of XML and XSL for representing, manipulating, and presenting data over the Web and sharing data across differing applications has been clearly demonstrated through the fast acceptance and broad usage of these technologies. Still, most developers familiar with the basics of XML and XSL are not utilizing this power fully. This article shows developers how to use extensions, a technique that allows you to expand the capabilities of XSL....



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