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The following features are new in XMLEspresso 6.0.0: 1. Version 6.0.0 supports editing of DTD and CSS documents. 2. The default edit mode in XML document source view is Text Mode with complete support for intelligent conten

XMLEspresso

     

The following features are new in XMLEspresso 6.0.0:

  1. Version 6.0.0 supports editing of DTD and CSS documents.
      
  2. The default edit mode in XML document source view is Text Mode with complete support for intelligent content assist, free-form editing, automatic background parsing, and well-formed document error reporting.
      
  3. XML Mode with restricted editing capabilities is also available. We recommend Text Mode for normal editing during development; XML Mode is ideal for lock down editing during change control.
      
  4. The intelligent content assist algorithms have been made smarter and easier to use. For example, if multiple required sub-elements are missing, content assist will show only the next required element that is missing.
      
  5. You can add new name space qualified schema locations (http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-1/#xsi_schemaLocation) within the document on the fly and those schemas will be automatically added to the document schemas, after your refresh the document.
     
  6. Many new entries in the builit-in catalog, including JavaEE 5 documents.
      
  7. Improved user interface.

Key Features

XMLEspresso 6.0.0 is a full featured editor for creating and maintaining XML documents. Its important features include:
  1. It supports both standalone and grammar based documents.
     
  2. It supports Document Type Definition (DTD) and W3C XML Schema grammars.
      
  3. To simplify the creation of commonly used XML documents, there is a built-in, extensible catalog of XML grammars.
     
  4. Creation of an XML document is strongly guided by the underlying grammar and the editor makes a continual effort to maintain the document as a well-formed XML document.
     
  5. Every XML document when opened has a deisgn view and a source view. Both views are completely integrated and observe and react to changes in either view.
      
  6. Each XML document can be validated against its DTD or W3C XML Schema.
     
  7. An XML document can be saved as a PDF document.
     
  8. An XML DTD can be saved as an XML Schema.
      
  9. Related documents can be grouped under a project.
      
  10. Multiple documents can be edited simultaneously within a project. However, only one project can be open at a time.
      
  11. It supports context sensitive pop-ups for inserting sub-element tags and for defining attributes.

XMLEspresso Eclipse Plug-in 6.0.0

XMLEspresso Eclipse Plug-in version 6.0.0 is an easy to use Eclipse (supports version 3.1 and 3.2.x) based plug-in that supports all the features listed above for the standalone version. Its user interface is completely built on top of native Eclipse user interface objects.

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Posted on: March 8, 2008

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