iPEX(Infoteria Processing Engine for XML) is a high performance, cross-platform, XML processing engine that enables you to incorporate XML functionality into your existing applications.
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XSL Tester is an Open Source project from VBXML. It began its life as an ad hoc tool for quickly viewing the output of style sheet transformations while authoring XSL, because I got sick of switching back and forth between Notepad and IE (then choosing "View source" to see the actual transfo
As the W3C XML Schemas Working Group is making final strides toward releasing XML Schemas as a Candidate Recommendation, the XML community is exploring best practice in schema design.
XML Spy 3.5 extends the existing functionality of our award-winning XML development environment by adding the first integrated XML Schema editor that not only supports the most recent W3C Schema draft, but also allows true live editing of the schema in the actual graphical representation through the
The iCONNECTOR series of products enables you to move data between a variety of database formats and XML formatted documents.iCONNECTOR is designed to write XML documents into a specific database as well as extract data from a database and convert the data into an XML document.
iXSLT is a 100% W3C compliant XSLT processor. The Infoteria iXSLT processor transforms existing XML data through the use of XSL files. iXSLT can transform a single source of XML data into multiple formats to effectively leverage XML data on personal computers, personal digital assistants, cellular d
This article looks at those changes in the recent Pre-CR draft of W3C XML Schemas that will most effect developers and users. Requirements for data interchange with database systems have been important during W3C XML Schema's development. The recent changes also support markup languages and sche
XML Spy is the first true Integrated Development Environment for the eXtensible Markup Language that includes all major aspects of XML in one powerful and easy-to-use product:
Storing user-data traditionally has been fairly complicated – you needed write code on the server for storing, retrieving, and applying the user data. Standard cookies offer minimal relief but are very limiting in the amount of data they can store. Internet Explorer 5.0 helps address this problem by
Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL), formerly code-named XFRML, is an open specification which uses XML-based data tags to describe financial statements for both public and private companies. XBRL benefits all members of the financial information supply chain.