Gone are the days when you needed multiple applications to create, edit, transform, validate and organize your XML files. XML Edita does it all in an easy to use graphic interface.
- XML Schema composition tool.
- Code completion.
- Syntax highlighting.
- Automatic indentation.
- Document formatting (pretty-print).
- XML Document validation.
- XML Document transformation.
- XML Generation from XSD.
- Code folding.
- XPath expression evaluator.
- Various bug fixes and design improvements.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
pretty useless for my application
I needed something that would open any file type that happened to be XML. this does not seem to be able to do that. waste of money
Developer Response ,
You can create your own document template by clicking 'File -> Manage Templates' menu item. A dialog box will appear where you can specify the content of your document template and a file extension.
In this way, the application supports your file extension.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact our support.
Helps a lot to work with XSL - Transformation schemas!
Has been using this app for a while, to build the xslt. It is just amazing! Easy to use and to validate the transformation schema. Nice features to help developing and debugging ! Saves a lot of time!
I do NOT use it to open an xml file, there is another app to read the xml files or txt files like Syntra Small or TextWrangler. This App is really Good if you need to develop from a XSD to XSL / XSLT.
The only thing it is quite boring is about the use of ‘ or “ into the expressions when you need to use both. I guess it should accept typing any combination of ‘ or “ like:
<xsl:when test=“xmlfield != ‘ ' “> or <xsl:if test='xmlfield = “ABC“ ‘>.
Terrible. Waste of time & money
This is a lot of money to pay for an app that is so feature limited. Free or cheaper XML editors are readily available - they're all better than this.
Waste of time and money.
Developer Response ,
Hi, I'm really sorry to hear about your experience with XML Edita. Sorry, I do not share your opinion, I don't know an XML Editor (in the same range of price) embedding a visual tool to compose your schemas, supporting both XSL and XSL-FO transformation, Validating XML Instance, Formatting, generating XML from an XML Schema... It also provides other facilities, for example, you can link an XML schema to an XML document through some dialog box...
Could you please take a look at the documentation, play with the application and let me know if it fits your expectations. We can also process a refund. Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.