syncRO Soft Ltd. has released version 2.0 of their oXygen XML Editor. Compatible with Mac OS X, oXygen lets you manage XML-related documents and supports XML, XSD, XSL, and DTD.
XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is an open document standard for structured content, created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for use on the Web, vendor-neutral data interchange, media-independent publishing, collaborative authoring, and processing of Web documents by intelligent agents. XML allows authors to use custom elements and other specialized markup constructs, making content more flexible and reusable.
New features of oXygen 2.0 include the ability to view and edit a XML document as a graphical tree; spell checking; enhanced support for XML Catalogues; the ability to configure external tools to run from within Oxygen; auto-generation of required element content; optional displaying of EOL and EOF characters with graphical marks; the ability to turn text wrapping on and off and more.
A demo version of oXygen Editor 2.0 is available from the syncRO Web site and can be test driven for 30 days. After that registration is US$74 and $48 for academic users.