XMLmind XML Editor (XXE for short) is a full-fledged XML 1.0 editor, featuring a word processor-like view (CSS2 styled). It was designed to make technical persons comfortable with and productive at editing XML documents and XML data. It can be used with or without a CSS style sheet. If a CSS style sheet has been attached to the document, a word processor-like view may be used to edit the document; otherwise a tree view is used. A substantial subset of CSS2 is supported, including tables, counters, and generated content. It has a multi-level undo/redo, is written in Java, and should run on a large variety of platforms.
|Tags||Text Editors Word Processors|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Standard controls such as buttons, menus, check boxes, combo boxes, lists, etc, can be embedded in the styled document view. Buttons and menus are used to execute commands such as insert element, replace element, etc. Other controls are used to edit attribute or element values. These controls are specified as generated content in the CSS style sheet. With this new powerful feature, XXE can be used to edit XML data, XML documents, or a mix of both content types.
Release Notes: This release contains several enhancements, including a spell-checking facility.
Release Notes: This release contains many bug fixes and major enhancements, including printing and search/replace facilities.
Release Notes: This release contains several enhancements, some bugfixes, and a new Javadoc plug-in. This plug-in is intended for Java programmers and Javadoc writers. With XXE and this plug-in, it becomes possible to edit the Javadoc comments contained in a Java file using a word processor-like view. Writing Javadoc this way is less tedious (since manual formatting of comment lines is not required), and is less error-prone (since DTD-directed editing is used).