XML News from Monday, April 20, 2009

SyncroSoft has released <Oxygen/> 10.2, $366 payware XML editor written in Java. Oxygen supports XML, XSL, DTDs, XQuery, SVG, Relax NG, Schematron, and the W3C XML Schema Language. According to the announcement:

The visual editing in <oXygen/> 10.2 includes content change tracking support, image scaling, table width and column width support including visual resizing, a more compact representation for included content and tag markers as well as a number of additions to the Author SDK to allow building powerful applications on top of <oXygen/>.

The XML developers will benefit in <oXygen/> XML Editor 10.2 of a redesigned and more ergonomic XML Schema diagram with a number of additional editing capabilities, will be able to see and understand the include/import relations between XML Schema documents, Relax NG schemas and XSLT stylesheets with the help of the new Hierarchy/Dependencies views. The addition of the Author page for all XML schema editors creates a completely new perspective on schemas and schema documentation editing.