Quickly learn how to edit XML documents with <oXygen/>
In Chapter 1, you got an introduction to a few graphical editors [Hack #6] . This hack provides more highlights on how to edit documents using the graphical editor <oXygen/> (http://www.oxygenxml.com/). I have chosen <oXygen/> because it runs on multiple platforms, is inexpensive (it has a free trial and its license is less than $100 USD), and offers many useful features.
Figure 2-1 shows <oXygen/> editing
time.xml and valid.xml,
both part of the project time.xpr. Note the
project pane (upper left) and the tabs above the document pane. The
lower-left pane shows an outline view of
valid.xml (note that the
element is highlighted in both the outline and document panes).
Beneath the document pane is a tabbed pane that shows the result of a
transformation of valid.xml with XSLT.
Figure 2-1. <oXygen/>
Like any editor, <oXygen/> allows you to do normal editing tasks, such as undo and redo, spell check, and so forth. Here is a list of some of <oXygen/>’s more important features.
<oXygen/> can organize files into groups called projects (see the File menu). These projects can be named and saved in simple XML project files that have an .xpr file extension. All the files in a project can be validated in one fell swoop. When you reopen a project, it remembers some state information, such as ...