Oxygen XML Developer is the class leading tool dedicated to XML development, focusing on XML source editing, Schema design and XSLT editing/debugging. It offers powerful support to help you edit, transform, and debug XML based documents, making XML development easy and effective. A WSDL editor is also available, providing a specialized Content Completion Assistant and Outline view, along with many other helpful features.

Features & Technologies

Structured XML Editing

Structured XML Editing

The most intuitive XML editing features and a user-friendly interface, helping you to improve the results of your work with Oxygen XML Editor.

XML Validation

XML Validation

Make sure your XML documents are consistently "well-formed" and valid, using Oxygen's as-you-type validation support and context-sensitive editing capabilities.

XML Validation

XML Databases Support

Powerful connectivity support allows you to interact with the majority of XML databases, content management systems, and WebDAV.

Intelligent XML Editor

Intelligent Editors

Edit all types of XML documents and other types of files more effectively than ever with the help of dedicated editors. Specialized views, intelligent actions, and features designed to be intuitive, responsive, and easy to use offer unique support covering XML-related technologies like XML Schemas, RelaxNG, Schematron, XSLT, XQuery, WSDL, and Ant together with web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, JSON, YAML, and Markdown.

XSLT & XQuery Debugging

XSLT & XQuery Debugging

Oxygen offers a powerful XSLT and XQuery debugger that provides full control over the debugging process. Two dedicated perspectives are available, one for XSLT and one for XQuery debugging, both offering specialized views and actions that allow you to troubleshoot and perfect your documents.

XSLT & XQuery Debugging

Web Services Support

The advanced WSDL editor helps you edit WSDL documents, offering content completion capabilities, a specialized Outline view, and support to generate documentation. You can easily verify if the defined SOAP messages are accepted by the remote Web Services server using Oxygen's integrated WSDL SOAP Analyzer tool.