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Exchanger XML Editor 2.0 Released - Wednesday, June 09, 2004
Cladonia Ltd. is shipping a new version of Exchanger XML Editor. Exchanger XML Editor version 2.0 is a utility designed for XML Web page designers. The latest release features numerous enhancements including XML Signature specs support and an XSLT Debugger.The XML Signature specification is now supported, allowing users to sign document content and also to verify that a signature is correct. A WSDL Analyzer has been added that will process a web service description and automatically generate an appropriate SOAP message for invoking the service.   read more...
xmlspy® 2004 Home Edition - Thursday, June 03, 2004
Altova xmlspy® 2004 Home Edition is a FREE entry level XML development tool for getting started with XML technologies. It is ideally suited for hobbyists, entry-level developers, and students. De Home Edition features a Schema-Editor, Codegenerator, XSLT-and SOAP-Debugger. An upgrade to the professional edition is available at reduced prices.   read more...
Altova's Release 4 of 2004 Product Line Available - Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Altova today announced the immediate availability of Version 2004 Release 4 (v2004r4) of its entire product line. v2004r4 provides enhancements across the product line, ranging from advanced editing features and new data integration capabilities to user interface improvements and new product editions. The Support & Maintenance Pack (SMP) has changed for the better.   read more...
XML Syndication Supporters Mulling W3C Move - Monday, May 17, 2004
The effort among Atom supporters to create a standard XML syndication format took a new turn this week as the Web's leading standards body suggested a new route. The World Wide Web Consortium invited the Atom community to form a working group under its auspices, rather than within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Atom proponents since have been pursuing the formation of a working group in the IETF, a first step toward creating a formal standard.   read more...
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