ANN: XMLMax Public Beta Available For Download

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by drewarmentino@xponentsoftware.com, May 27, 2009.

  1. Guest

    May 26, 2009

    XMLMax edits any size xml -fast!

    In five seconds XMLMax will parse, syntax check and display a 150 Mb
    xml file in its virtual treeview; a 3.7Gb file in three minutes.

    XMLMax is a Windows desktop editor with critical xml features
    including:

    syntax checking * schema validation * markup protection * auto
    complete * namespace aware

    Plus xpath query, xsl transformation and needs only 600Mb free memory
    for any size xml file.

    XMLMax implement's Xponent's radically new treeview control that
    completely eliminates the memory and performance problems that result
    from loading a treeview with a large number of nodes. Read the article
    on conquering large treeviews at http://www.xponentsoftware.com/articles.

    XMLMax Beta is publicly available for download. No registration is
    required, but only those filling out the registration form will be
    eligible for a free license of the commercial release.

    Xponent website: http://www.xponentsoftware.com

    ****** Other Key Features: ******

    * Incremental parsing and loading rate is linear at over 1Gb/minute
    and has been tested with files over 10Gb.

    *Near-instant re-loading. When an xml file is first parsed, a tiny
    stub file is created that enables the xml to be-reloaded almost
    instantly the next time is is opened, provided it has not been
    modified. It is truly stunning to see a multi-gigabyte xml file come
    up in a treeview in 2-3 seconds and ready for full navigation,
    searching, etc.

    * Reads and writes UTF-8, UTF-16 and iso-8859-1.

    * Detection, location and correction of any well-formed error at load-
    time, including files without carriage returns and line feeds.
     
    , May 27, 2009
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  2. Bill Yanaire Guest

    STAY AWAY

    Installs nasty stuff on your computer. Will damage your Operating System.
    Stay far far away.
     
    Bill Yanaire, May 27, 2009
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