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A Visual Approach to XML Editing

Xseleator offers innovative features for applying XSL stylesheets.

Xselerator presents another way to think about XML editing, with some powerful and innovative features. It uses a dual-pane approach by default, encouraging you to edit an XML file and the associated XSL stylesheet together. At the touch of a button you can see the results of processing the XML according to the selected stylesheet.

Other features include wizards to help build XSL files, syntax highlighting and Intellisense-like statement completion, and project management. There's also a query analyzer that can handle XPath and XSL pattern queries, and the ability to single-step and debug the application of stylesheets. You can download a 30-day trial version to try out this impressive array of features yourself.

Definitely worth a look for your XML editing tasks, especially if you're concerned with XSL transformations.

About the Author

Mike Gunderloy, MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, is a former MCP columnist and the author of numerous development books.

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