MOSO recently released version 1.5.0 of the Xmplify XML Editor for Mac OS X.
The Australian company built the editor specifically for Mac OS X 10.6, and says it provides a fully XML-aware editing environment with DTD and XML Schema-based auto-completion, automatic document validation, XSLT and XPath support, live HTML preview, etc.
According to the company, Xmplify is in use by companies including ABC, Agence France Presse, Agilent Technologies, Ally Financial, Apple, ATK Aerospace, Avid, Beats by Dr Dre, Brightcove, British Museum, British Standards Institution, CBS, Cisco, Clemenger BBDO, Columbia University, Consumer Reports, CSG International, CSIRO, Disney, DN.se, eBay, F5 Networks, Fidelity Investments, Flipkart, Fraunhofer Institute, Genentech, Gulfstream Aerospace, HarperCollins, HP, IBM, IEEE, IMG, Imperial College London, Johns Hopkins University, JP Morgan, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, LiquidSpace, London Business School, Marvell Semiconductor, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, OASIS, Oracle, Palo Alto Networks, PGA Tour, RSA, SAP, Sapient, Sony Pictures, Splunk, Stanford University, Storyvine, Sveriges Television, Symantec, Time Warner, University of California at San Francisco, University of Gothenburg, University of Salzburg, VMware, Wooga, and Zynga.
The latest version of Xmplify is said to improve auto-completion and validation performance for documents with complex schemas. It also includes fixes and other improvements.
“Xmplify analyses your XML as you type, and maintains a rich set of meta-data so it can provide intelligent editing aids and suggestions according to your document’s content and the current editing context,” the company says. “See your document’s structure at a glance. Xmplify provides an Outline view of your document that shows its structure, and automatically keeps the Outline up to date to reflect the latest edits.”
“If your document specifies a DTD or XML Schema, Xmplify automatically uses that to verify your document’s content. The verification results are automatically kept up to date as your edit your document,” it adds. “Xmplify uses its knowlege of your document’s current structure and its definition (DTD or XML Schema) to provide intelligent auto-completion suggestions.”
More details (including a video) on the release here.
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