The Bottom Line
- Innovative way to view XML documents
- CSS allows you to edit your document visually
- Tag display makes it easy to see structure
- Somewhat challenging to learn
- Documents must have no errors in order to open
- XXE doesn't understand XML Schemas
- Can be used with or without a (CSS) style sheet.
- Can be used with or without a DTD.
- DocBook, JavaDoc, and XHTML templates included.
- Multi level undo just like in standard word processors.
- Regular expression search and replace.
- Written in Java to run on many different platforms.
Guide Review - XMLmind XML Editor (XXE) Review
XXE is a beta level program, but you wouldn't really know it. There are some features of most word processors missing, like spell check. But it is an innovative and interesting way to edit XML documents. This tool is not for beginners. It is designed for technical professionals who want to start editing XML documents quickly and effectively. It's especially useful when you want to use the built-in templates for DocBook, JavaDoc, and XHTML.
Review last updated: February 26, 2011