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Along with the fully supported predefined frameworks (document types), Oxygen XML Editor also provides limited support (including file templates) for editing a variety of other document types. All the specialized views, editors, actions, and options are dynamic according to the type of file that is opened or created. Other document types that are supported in Oxygen XML Editor include:
  • EPUB (NCX, OCF, OPF 2.0, 3.0, & 3.1) - A standard for e-book files.
  • OOXML - An XML-based file format for representing spreadsheets, charts, presentations, and word processing documents.
  • ODF - An free and open-source XML-based file format for electronic office documents, such as spreadsheets, charts, presentations, and word processing documents.
  • DocBook Targetset - For resolving cross-references when using olinks.
  • Ant Build Scripts - A tool for automating software build processes, written in Java and primarily intended for use with Java.
  • XSLT Stylesheets - A document type that provides a visual mode for editing XSLT stylesheets.
  • WSDL - Web Services Description Language is an XML language for describing the functionality offered by a web service.
  • Schematron - For making assertions about the presence or absence of patterns in XML documents. This document type applies to the ISO Schematron version.
  • Schematron Quick Fixes (SQF) - An extension of the ISO standard Schematron, allows developers to define Quick Fixes for Schematron errors.
  • StratML (Part 1 & 2) - Part 1 and 2 of the Strategy Markup Language specification.
  • XProc - A document type for processing XProc script files.
  • XML Schema - Documents that provide support for editing annotations.
  • SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics is a language for describing two-dimensional graphics in XML.
  • MathML - Mathematical Markup Language (2.0 and 3.0) is an application of XML for describing mathematical notations.
  • XLIFF (1.2 & 2.0) - XML Localization Interchange File Format is a standard for passing data between tools during a localization process.
  • XQuery - The common query language for XML.
  • CSS - Cascading Style Sheets is a language used for describing the look and formatting of a document.
  • LESS - A dynamic style sheet language that can be compiled into CSS.
  • Relax NG Schema - A schema language that specifies a pattern for the structure and content of an XML document.
  • NVDL Schema - Namespace Validation Dispatching Language allows you to specify sections of XML documents to be validated against various schemas.
  • JSON - JavaScript Object Notation is a lightweight data-interchange format.
  • Markdown - A lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax that can be converted to HTML or DITA.
  • JavaScript - Programming language of HTML and the Web.
  • XMLSpec - A markup language for W3C specifications and other technical reports.
  • DITAVAL - DITA conditional processing profile to identify the values you want to conditionally process for a particular output, build, or other purpose.
  • Daisy - A technical standard for digital audio books, periodicals, and computerized text. It is designed to be an audio substitute for print material.
  • EAD - Encoded Archival Description is an XML standard for encoding archival finding aids.
  • KML - Keyhole Markup Language is an XML notation for expressing geographic visualization in maps and browsers.
  • Maven Project & Settings - Project or settings file for Maven build automation tool that is primarily used for Java projects.
  • Oasis XML Catalog - An XML Catalog document that describes a mapping between external entity references and locally-cached equivalents.
  • Other Non-XML Files- Oxygen XML Editor also includes a simple text editor and a variety of helpful features for creating and editing non-XML files.