Xeditor Announces New Release

Jan 28, 2016


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Xeditor 2.7 includes a new XML preview and updated folder structure for improved customization support. The new XML preview allows users to see the underlying XML as a read-only window parallel to the WYSIWYG editor. As the user makes changes in the editor, the XML preview is updated in real-time.

The updated folder structure, says the company, makes it easier to integrate, extend, and customize Xeditor. With new custom folders for CSS and JavaScript files, anyone can create a new style or toolbar with a simple lines of code. 

With Xeditor, authors and editors can intuitively create and review structured XML documents with no technical knowledge. The editor can be easily customized for any DTD or Schema and integrated with any external system (CMS, CCMS, DAM, PIM, etc.). Xeditor supports XML standards (DITA, Pi-Mod, S1000D).

(xeditor.com)           


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