EditiX is a cross-platform and multi-purpose XML editor and XSLT debugger (1.0 and 2.0), which helps Web authors and programmers use XML and XML-related technologies, such as XSLT, FO, and XSD schemas. It provides a lot of functionality within a refined IDE, which guides the user with intelligent entry helpers, and has real-time XPath location and syntax error detection. It allows the user to apply an XSLT or FO transformation, and shows the result in a separate view. It includes default templates for XML, DTD, XHTML, XSLT, XSD, XML RelaxNG, SVG, MathML, and XML FO. It can generate schema W3C, DTD or RelaxNG from a document instance.
The Orangevolt XSLT Plugin for Eclipse provides XSLT support to the Eclipse platform. It is the Eclipse-based successor of the Java/Swing-based ROXES XmlWrite XSLT editing environment. It provides many great enhancements when working with XML inside Eclipse. It implements XSLT launch configurations, XML editor enhancements, configurable XML outlines, an xpath navigator view, and more.
The Butterfly XML Editor and IDE is an XML editing environment built on top of a real-time incremental XML parsing algorithm. It features syntax and error highlighting, incremental validation, intelligent code completion (based on XML Schema, DTD, or document analysis), XSLT Debugging, XSLT pipelines, Docbook Rendering, XSL:FO Rendering, and side-by-side DOM and source viewing. Built-in support for Docbook, XSL:FO, XHTML, XSL, Xforms, XML Schemas, XSP, and Cocoon sitemaps is included. Support for other XML types can also easily be added. It is capable of parsing documents that are not well-formed, and shows the source of the errors, allowing for the easy conversion of HTML to well-formed XML. XSLT pipelines simplify the process of building up and visualizing complex transformations.