Description: XML Marker is an XML and Json Editor that uses a synchronized table-tree-and-text display to show you both the hierarchical and the tabular nature of your XML data.
It automatically produces a tabular display of any selected tag by collecting repeating attribute and tag names and then arranging them into columns. The result is a clutter-free and informative tabular display.
The implementation is very efficient in memory and CPU resources so you can quickly navigate through very large XML files – up to about 500 megabytes.
More features include table sorting, syntax-highlighting editor, automatic indentation/pretty-printing of exiting code, drill down, as-you-type syntax checking, bookmarks, convert to spreadsheet, Branch Selector, non-collapsing editing and more.
XML Marker have full internationalization support with both Unicode/utf-8 and code page encoding.
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