[ANN] oXygen XML Editor 8.0

Discussion in 'XML' started by George Bina, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. George Bina

    George Bina Guest


    I am glad to announce that a new major version of the oXygen XML Editor
    is available from our website
    Version 8.0 of the oXygen XML Editor adds as main features a
    spreadsheet-like XML Grid Editor, management support for major XML and
    relational databases, the options and transformation scenarios can be
    stored inside the project file and more.
    oXygen XML editor is the first tool that adds support for NVDL
    (Namespace-based Validation Dispatching Language) scripts, thus
    enabling editing documents with complex structure, that contain
    multiple languages defined by different schemas, for instance XHTML
    with embedded XForms.

    There are a number of XSLT related improvements described shortly
    The transformation scenarios can be specified at project level thus the
    management is easier as you can see only the relevant scenarios and
    also this enables sharing the scenarios as they are transferred
    together with the project.
    It is not required anymore for the current file to be the XML source or
    the stylesheet for a transformation. This enabled configuring a
    transformation scenario that transforms files that include the current
    The XSLT engine used for validation is detected automatically from the
    associated scenario, if any, and the XPath content completion presents
    function signatures highlighting the current argument.
    The support for Saxon was updated to work with the latest Saxon 8.8
    from Saxonica. Both Saxon 8 Basic and Schema Aware are supported,
    including debugging and profiling (the SA version requires a separate
    license from Saxonica).

    To find the full list of new additions and more details please visit:

    Best Regards,
    George Cristian Bina
    <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
    George Bina, Nov 20, 2006
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