XMLPad is a small editor with backlit syntax, designed to help users work with data in XML format, as well as convert them to DTD format and others.
This type of program integrates many functions, even though its interface is simple as other types of systems that use this type of class. Within the editor itself, you see two tabs (or tree structures) on the left pane and a tree structure within the central pane. There is a toolbar at the top where you can access all of the main control elements. working with several different files simultaneously; performing some basic operations in the editor. When performing this process, use your typing pen; copy, paste, delete, perform another search, search, cancel, repeat the first.
XMLPad supports a large number of formats, among which: XML, XSD, DTD, XSL, CSV, DOCX, CAB, JAR, ZIP, and GZ are all vocabularies used in JSON. URLs may also be opened direct from the main window by importing information from HTML files. Especially for this purpose, the developers have added a built-in browser to their product.
Other important features worth mentioning include the ability to convert data to different formats, add comments, create or delete tags, and view and print charts. Additionally, the user will have the option of choosing which background, front, and accent colors to highlight XML in Java, and enable JAXB and Castor to interact.
- Opening and editing XML files; eing and editing XML files;
- A wide range of formats support;
- An HTML file can be imported; data can also be imported from another document.
- : The built-in browser does the heavy lifting as one opens web sites?.
- Comments can be added to social media accounts; as well as the right content;
- a simple interface;
- Ansible means of connecting JAXB and castor beans.