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Suggest a good, free XML editor

By geck0man
Jun 15, 2005
  1. Can anyone suggest a good, free XML editor? This will be my first attempt at getting into an XML file. I just want to look at the data for now, but eventually I would like to do some of the editing as well. Any advise on this would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Vigilante

    Vigilante TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,120

    I wouldn't go looking for a XML app. But a text editor with XML color coding. Because XML doesn't really have inherent "functions" or anything like that to make it easier to "write" XML. Because XML is entirely "made up" by you. You create your own tags and so forth.
    When I do XML I just use a text editor. But I suppose if you are scaling really large, a program that lays out your data like a database would help.

    I like to use www.nonags.com for freeware, I've always had good luck with them. A quick search produced a couple progs you could look in to:

    http://www.moremotion.com/mmed/

    and

    http://www.iol.ie/~pxe/

    good luck
     
  3. abrillant

    abrillant TS Rookie

    EditiX XML Editor

    Hi,

    May I suggest you EditiX , a cross-platform XML Editor and XSLT Debugger (v1.0 and v2.0). This is
    a shareware and you can use it for 30 days.

    http://www.editix.com

    Best regards,

    A.Brillant
     
  4. Cladonia

    Cladonia TS Rookie

    Free XML Editor

    Cladonia Limited, the publisher of Exchanger XML Editor, has released a free XML Editor for use in a non-commercial environment called Exchanger XML Lite.

    The Lite edition is completely free for home, academic or non-profit use. No registration required, no 30-day usage limit.

    Exchanger XML Lite is a Java-based product that provides comprehensive functionality for viewing, authoring and editing XML data and documents.

    Features:
    • Multi-document interface
    • Comprehensive XSLT Debugger
    • DTD, RelaxNG, XML Schema support
    • XPath, XQuery, XSLT, XSL:FO, SVG, SOAP, WSDL
    • Import from Database, Excel, text files
    • XML Digital Signatures
    • Generate schema from instance
    • Generate instance from schema
    • Emacs shortcuts

    For more information visit http://www.freexmleditor.com

    Alternatively, if you require a commercial license, or would like to try out the Grid or XML Diff/Merge functionality, then download the Exchanger XML Professional edition from http://www.exchangerxml.com and register for a 30-day trial license.
     
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