YAML is a human-readable data serialization language that is consistently listed as one of the most popular programming languages. It's often used as a format for configuration files, and in all kind of applications where data is being stored or transmitted. It uses both Python-style indentation to indicate nesting, and a more compact format for lists and associative arrays (also known as maps, dictionaries or hashes), making it a viable replacement for languages like JSON. The YAML acronym was shorthand for Yet Another Markup Language. But the maintainers have renamed it to YAML Ain't Markup Language to place more emphasis on its purpose as data-oriented, rather than document markup.
  • YAML Editor
    Oxygen provides a specialized YAML editor with a variety of editing features and helper views.
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    YMAL Editor
  • YAML Validation
    Oxygen provides a powerful validation assistant for checking if YAML documents are well formed and for validating them against a custom JSON schema associated with a YAML instance.
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    YMAL Validation
  • YAML Tools
    Oxygen provides tools for converting YAML documents to and from JSON structure.
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    YMAL Tools