Oxygen XML Editor
If you are looking for Oxygen XML Editor, you have come to the right place. We explain what Oxygen XML Editor is and point you to the official download.
What is Oxygen XML Editor?
Oxygen is an HTML Editor that has a wide amount of users ranging from beginners, to XML experts. It is the only XML tool that supports all the XML schema languages. The XLST and XQuery support is also enhanced with debuggers and performance profilers. Users can use the Oxygen XML editor to work with all XML based technologies, which includes XML databases, XProc pipelines, and web services. Oxygen is specially tuned for content authors. Oxygen’s XML Author comes with a configurable and extendable visual editing mode that is based on W3C CSS stylesheets, with ready to use DITA, DocBook, TEI and XHTML support. This makes Oxygen the ideal XML authoring solution.
Oxygen XML Editor is also a cross-platform application that is available on all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, OS X, Linux, and Solaris. It can also be used either as a standalone, or as an Eclipse plug-in. It can manage and share transformation scenarios together with the project. Its content completion support offers XML elements, attributes, values (handling ID references, enumerations, and list values).
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File types supported by Oxygen XML Editor
Our users primarily use Oxygen XML Editor to open these file types:
About file types supported by Oxygen XML Editor
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Last updated: : February 1, 2014