XMLmind XML Editor
What is XMLmind XML Editor?
Pixware’s XMLmind XML Editor is exactly what its name says: an XML Editor. Furthermore, this Java-based editing and validation program generally targets authors trying to perform structured authoring. The interface is in the WYSIWYG style. The program packs most of the usual features of XML editors of its type, such as support for document types DITA 1.0-1.2, the XML 1.0 standard, all the usual image formats (JPG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, etc.), export file formats like HTML and PDF, and multiple undo and redo operations. However, it also includes some less common features, such as an integrated spreadsheet engine for editing, assurance of perpetual document validity, TEI document support, and more.
The program comes in at least 3 editions, with the only differences among them being the usage/installation permissions imposed by license differences. For instance, the Site License type lets the user install the program on any computer inside a specified physical site (which will be a geographic location). The other two license types are the Developer’s License (the most expensive, which is for system integrators) and the user license (which, like the Site License, is technically for end users).
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File types supported by XMLmind XML Editor
Our users primarily use XMLmind XML Editor to open these file types:
About file types supported by XMLmind XML Editor
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