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Tools to tame XML content
IBM later this month will demonstrate Project Cinnamon, the company's content management technology designed to ease document management and storage through XML tagging.

Type: XML  #Views: 131  Category: Tool    

Product Review: Flex your UI
Flex is a Web UI Builder (or RIA, Rich Internet Application builder) from Macromedia that runs as a presentation server in several Java servers, including Tomcat 4 and 5, Macromedia’s JRun 4, IBM WebSphere and BEA’s WebLogic Server, among others. Because it is a presentation server, one would expect Flex to be in the thin-client mold of, say, ASP, JSP, PHP or the new Java Server Faces (JSF). But Flex is one of the new breed of RIAs that is in a race to improve and polish the Web interface.

Type: XML  #Views: 239  Category: Tool    

Stylus Studio 5.3 now available! New XML differencing and XML Mapping features!
Stylus Studio™, the industry-leading innovator of tools for XML development and productivity, shipped Release 5.3 of its award-winning XML Integrated Development Environment (XML IDE) today. Stylus Studio Release 5.3, adds a flexible XML differencing utility, significant XML Mapping enhancements, and many usability and performance improvements, solidifying its reputation as the most comprehensive XML IDE on the market.

Type: XML  #Views: 254  Category: Tool    

Stylus Studio 5.3 Adds XML Differencing and Enhanced XML Mapping Tools to Award-Winning XML IDE
Stylus Studio™, the industry-leading innovator of tools for XML development and productivity, shipped Release 5.3 of its award-winning XML Integrated Development Environment (IDE) today. Stylus Studio Release 5.3, adds a flexible XML differencing utility, significant XML Mapping enhancements, and many usability and performance improvements, solidifying its reputation as the most comprehensive XML IDE on the market.

Type: XML  #Views: 213  Category: Tool    

Blast Radius XMetaL 4.5 Accelerates Critical Content Creation
Blast Radius is pleased to introduce XMetaL 4.5, currently available to simplify the creation of reusable business content - expediting multichannel content delivery, cutting production costs and providing complete control over content quality. The many new features included in XMetaL 4.5 enhance its reputation as the most manageable and flexible solution for bringing the benefits of XML-based content to the enterprise.

Type: XML  #Views: 273  Category: Tool    

eva/3 Application Builder
eva/3 Application Builder is a new development tool for implementation of software applications. This RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool is implemented on top of XML and is integrated into the Eclipse development environment as a plug-in. This tool allows you to create your own applications, simply and without complications.

Type: XML  #Views: 215  Category: Tool    

<oXygen/> XML editor updated to 4.1
New to version 4.1 is an XSLT Debugger for the Eclipse plugin, matching tag navigation and highlighting, support for importing remote folders, improved searching, the ability to learn attribute values and, finally, tweaks to the user interface.

Type: XML  #Views: 239  Category: Tool    

Review: XWall
After talking with the folks at Forum Systems a month or so ago, I was interested in trying out their XWall Web services firewall. The main point of this product, as the name suggests, is to protect you from attacks on your Web services. How will your XML parser react if someone throws a few megabytes of information into what should be a short element? Are you free of SQL injection attacks carried by XML payloads?

Type: XML  #Views: 187  Category: Tool    

Using Jabber as a log monitor
Jabber, the streaming XML technology mainly used for instant messaging, is well-suited to its most common task. However, Jabber is a far more generic tool. It's not a chat server per se, but rather a complete XML routing framework. This has some pretty far-reaching implications.

Type: XML  #Views: 171  Category: Tool    

Ipedo XML Intelligence Platform
Consisting of 5 core components, the Ipedo XML Intelligence Platform is a data tool that provides for the automated, XML-based aggregation and management of information from multiple, disparate sources. These sources can be aggregated and queried individually by user tools, and/or applications via APIs and the Assembly Manager module.

Type: XML  #Views: 179  Category: Tool    

Altova Named to Software Development Times 100 for Second Consecutive Year
Altova ® Inc. (www.altova.com) producers of XMLSPY®, the world's leading XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language) development environment, today announced that for the second year in a row, BZ Media's SD Times has named Altova to the SD Times 100 list, in the Tools & Environments category. The list, which recognizes the leaders and innovators of the software development industry, is available online at http://www.sdtimes.com/news/102/special1.htm.

Type: XML  #Views: 248  Category: Tool    

Review: MAPFORCE 2004
As you'd probably guess from the name, MAPFORCE is a data mapping tool. Specifically, it lets you map from XML schemas and documents, databases (all the common types are covered) or EDIFACT messages to XML schemas and documents or databases. Mapping is done in a drag-and-drop environment. As you're working with the mappings, you can preview the output of sample data. When you're set, a menu pick generates XSLT transforms or mapping code in Java, C#, or C++.

Type: XML  #Views: 249  Category: Tool    

XML Editor Sample
This is an Internet Explorer 6 behavior implementing a WYSIWYG XML document editor. The editor demonstrates a number of interesting concepts which help make XML editing accessible to the average end user. Instead of displaying XML tags or raw XML, the user works with a view that closely resembles the final content, with small icons indicating the "drill down" points in the document where the user can access that additional control attributes or fields in the underlying XML document. It can be installed on Windows XP, NT, 98, 2000 & ME operating systems.

Type: XML  #Views: 201  Category: Tool    

Exchanger XML Editor 2.0 Released
The Exchanger XML Editor is a Java-based XML Editor that facilitates easy browsing, editing, managing and conversion of XML Documents. It features XML Schema, RelaxNG and DTD based editing, tag prompting and validation, standalone XSLT Debugger, tree view and outliner for tag free editing, XPath and regular expression searches, schema conversion, XSLT, XQuery and XSLFO transformations, comprehensive project management, an SVG viewer and conversion, easy SOAP (with attachments) invocations, WSDL Analyzer, XML Signature generation and validation, WebDAV and FTP support and more.

Type: XML  #Views: 618  Category: Tool    

XyEnterprise Announces New Content Management Toolkits
XyEnterprise, the leading developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing solutions, announced today the availability of two new toolkits for its Content@ content management and workflow software application. These feature-rich toolkits enhance the capabilities in Content@ by providing a collaborative editorial and publishing review environment, as well as enabling broader sets of users to interact with the system with standard Microsoft(R) Office(TM) applications.

Type: XML  #Views: 211  Category: Tool    

Product Review: XML in the vortex: A review of VorteXML Designer V3
The pervasiveness of and reliance on XML in mission-critical business apps requires non-XML documents to be reformatted for integration into more modern systems. Datawatch's VorteXML Designer is a platform for visually transforming text documents into XML, as well as mapping that XML to a Schema.

Type: XML  #Views: 206  Category: Tool    

Altova Offers XMLSPY Home Edition for Free
Altova(R) Inc. (www.altova.com) producers of Altova XMLSPY(R), the world's leading XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language) development environment, today announced that the Home Edition of its award-winning XMLSPY product is now being offered to the public through a free software license.

Type: XML  #Views: 281  Category: Tool    

RAPID, Inc. Adds XML and Web Services to AGIIS 2.5
RAPID, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that enables agricultural businesses to achieve the economic benefits of e-Business, today announced the launch of AGIIS 2.5 (Agriculture Industry Identification System), adding new XML interfaces and Web Services to the only online and integrated e-Business database for agriculture.

Type: XML  #Views: 200  Category: Tool    

InfoPath 2003 SP1 Preview
The initial InfoPath 2003 release helped businesses begin to realize the power and flexibility that comes from using XML and Web services throughout the enterprise. Most already understood the basic interoperability benefits of these technologies, but it wasn't until the release of InfoPath 2003 that they were able to visualize how members across their organizations could tap into their XML resources.

Type: XML  #Views: 190  Category: Tool    

Briefing: XWall 3.0
With Web services having been around for a few years now, we're finding out that life isn't quite as easy as just throwing objects over the wall on port 80 and reconsituting them on the other end of the wire. Forum offers a number of products designed to make exposing Web services more secure, as well as to improve functionality and interoperability over what's offered by the basic Web services protocols. This week they announced version 3.0 of their XWall Web services firewall. I managed to drag them away from the N+I trade show floor long enough to talk about the new release.

Type: XML  #Views: 189  Category: Tool    

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