Excelons XML Editor Growing Up
Excelon's $399 Stylus Studio XML editor is growing into a decent competitor to the king of the hill, Altova's XML Spy.Excelons $399 Stylus Studio XML editor is growing into a decent competitor to the king of the hill, Altovas XML Spy. I found XML Spy still a notably better XML and schema file editor, but Stylus Studio has stronger XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation) features. Stylus Studio 4.0, which shipped in June, gains an editable graphical tree view for schema and XML files (see screen, right), as well as the ability to debug XSLT style sheets.
The software has schema and DTD (Document Type Definition) support and can convert between the two.