XML editor resources - exploring XML
|The links below refer to software for editing XML documents.
This section is not meant to be comprehensive, it only reflects tools I
personally worked with.
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Microsoft XML Notepad
- Not bad, and it is free. I have seen high-priced commercial products that
- SoftQuad XMetaL
- this one I have not personally used, but my fellow
colleague Stephanos has
reviewed this commercial product.
Any text editor with line numbers, plus IE5 to validate
- This is actually a serious suggestion, again with excellent price-performance
ratio. Just edit your sources in a plain text editor with basic support for
line numbers and indentation, and load it into IE5 to get it validated, and to have
reported back the errors in your document by line number and position.
- Allaire HomeSite 4.5
- Most HTML tools we have basic XML/XSL support like this one, where you can
load and save files with .xml and .xsl file extensons, and have the generic
tag and line number support, without any special features.
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Created: Jan. 24, 2000
Revised: Jan. 24, 2000