Description: XMLBlueprint XML Editor is a value-priced and powerful XML editor for the Windows platform. The occasional user will enjoy its speed and ease-of-use. Power users will appreciate its high-quality XML support, such as context-sensitive XML completion and validation of schemas and XML documents against any schema. All major schema types are supported (DTD, Relax NG Schema, Schematron, XML Schema).
Users can easily create, edit and run XSLT Stylesheets and preview the transformation result.
Users can configure XMLBlueprint XML Editor to work with any 3rd party XML validator or XSLT processor. Users can add and run additional tools to further enhance XMLBlueprint's functionality.
Using the XPath Evaluator, users can visually analyze, test, and debug XPath expressions.
A real-time outline displaying the elements in the XML document provides quick access to the various parts of the document.
Users can collaboratively edit and manage files on remote Web servers via FTP, HTTP, HTTPS (secure HTTP) and WebDAV. The built-in directory tree helps the user to quickly locate and open files. MacOS, UNIX and Windows file formats are automatically recognized.
XMLBlueprint XML Editor fully supports the Unicode UTF-8 and UTF-16 standards on all Windows versions, including Windows '98. This allows the user to edit files for the Asian and Eastern European regions.
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