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Re: "Current" list of XML IDEs?
- From: "Thomas B. Passin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 19:55:15 -0400
I use XML Cooktop often and like it a lot, especially for xslt stylesheet
work. Doesn't do schemas or schema/dtd conversions, though.
For plain typing xml into a document, I like Architag XRay, even though it's
still missing some things in beta, because it shows you charcter by
character if you are well-formed (or valid, if you have specified a DTD)
without getting in your way the least bit.
For xml schema work, I'm trying out the XML Spy 4.01 beta.
[Roger L. Costello]
> I need to do an evaluation of XML integrated development environments
> (IDEs). A cursory search yielded tools with announcements dated a year
> or two ago. I suspect that many of those tools are no longer being
> used. What are the hot tools "today"?
> Specifically, I am looking for XML IDEs which supports **some or all**
> of these capabilities:
> - XML editor
> - XML parser
> - XSL editor
> - XSL processor
> - XML Schema editor
> - XML Schema validator
> - DTD <--> Schema converter
> - HTML --> XHTML converter