The XML Processing Plus Plus compiler converts programs written in this language's syntax into Java code that uses standard XML APIs. The language itself provides simple wrapper APIs: XmlIn and XmlOut. XmlIn is used for retrieving data from XML input streams, and XmlOut for inserting data to XML output streams.
XSL Formatting Objects Composer (XFC) is a typesetting and display engine that implements a substantial portion of XSL Formatting Objects (FO), which became a W3C Recommendation on October 15, 2001. XSL FO is an XML language for typesetting, printing, or displaying any of the world's written languages.
Visual XML is a tool that enables you to create and modify DTD and XML documents. This application is written in Java. The look & feel comes from the new pluggable look & feel of the Java Foundation Class (JFC Swing 1.1.1Beta2).
The IBM XSL Editor application allows a user to import, create, and save Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) style sheets and Extensible Markup Language (XML) source documents. IBM's XSL Editor allows users to set and remove "break points" on the style sheet and source document. The XSL Editor user interface features an XML "source based" collapsible "tree view" with dynamic font resizing for "Zooming" in/out to handle small/large documents. Dynamic "edit pads" provide a vehicle for style sheet and source document editing that are automatically kept in synch with their corresponding tree views. Style sheet authoring is made convenient by the ability to automatically generate XPath syntax from sample source documents.