MOSO Releases Xmplify XML Editor for Mac OS X Version 1.4.0

Brisbane, Australia – MOSO has announced the release of Version 1.4.0 of the Xmplify XML Editor for Mac OS X. Xmplify is a powerful XML editor built specifically for Mac OS X 10.6 , and provides a fully XML-aware editing environment with DTD and XML Schema-based auto-completion, automatic document validation, XSLT and XPath support, live HTML preview and much more. Version 1.4.0 adds support for external XSLT processors, plus fixes and other improvements.

Xmplify Features:
Xmplify XML Editor is a 64-bit native Mac app built from the ground up for Mac OS X, and provides a number of powerful features to make working with and manipulating XML simple and intuitive:

Fully XML-Aware Editing Environment:
Xmplify analyses your XML as you type, and maintains a rich set of meta-data so it can provide intelligent editing aids and suggestions according to your document’s content and the current editing context.

See Your Document’s Structure At a Glance:
Xmplify provides an Outline view of your document that shows its structure, and automatically keeps the Outline up to date to reflect the latest edits.

Automatic Document Verification:
If your document specifies a DTD or XML Schema, Xmplify automatically uses that to verify your document’s content. The verification results are automatically kept up to date as your edit your document.

Auto-Complete XML Based on its DTD or XML Schema:
Xmplify uses its knowlege of your document’s current structure and its definition (DTD or XML Schema) to provide intelligent auto-completion suggestions.

Automatic Schema Derivation:
If your document doesn’t specify a DTD or XML Schema Xmplify automatically derives one and seamlessly uses the derived schema for providing intelligent auto-completion suggestions. Xmplify updates the derived schema as you edit your document, so it can always offer accurate suggestions.

Xmplify can also derive a Schema from multiple source XML documents, so you don’t need to compile a “master” source XML document with all possible cases in order to derive a comprehensive Schema.

Navigate Quickly to Element Definitions:
Xmplify’s Goto Specification feature allows you to quickly jump to the location in your document’s DTD or XML Schema that defines the elements you’re working with. If your document doesn’t have an explicit DTD or schema, Goto Specification will take you to the relevant entries in the schema that Xmplify has automatically derived for your document.

XSL Transformations:
Xmplify makes applying XSLTs and working with their transformations easy, and with Xmplify’s Web Preview features you can easily check the output of XSLTs that produce (X)HTML.

Xmplify includes a built-in XSLT 1.0 processor, libxslt, and supports external XSLT processors (including XSLT 2.0 and 3.0 processors), such as Saxon and Xalan.

Web Preview:
Xmplify’s Web Preview feature provides a preview of (X)HTML documents. Previews are automatically kept up to date as you edit your document.

Powerful searching by both XPath and Regular Expressions:
Incremental search with regex support is built-in, and Xmplify makes it easy to run XPath queries and select matching nodes in your document.

Built from the ground up for Mac OS X:
Xmplify is a 64-bit native Mac app, designed and built from the ground up to leverage the power and elegance of Mac OS X.

In good company:
Xmplify is used by a diverse range of leading businesses, educational & research institutions and individuals in over 40 countries around the world.

Pricing and Availability:
Xmplify is available for $59.00 (USD), and both volume and educational discounts are available. Version 1.4.0 is a free upgrade for Xmplify 1.x users. Please visit Xmplify online for more information, including screenshots and an introductory video.

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MOSO is based in Brisbane, Australia. MOSO released Xmplify 1.0 in early 2011. Copyright (C) 2014 MOSO. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.