ALTOVA Releases XML Spy 3.5
ALTOVA Releases XML Spy 3.5 - The First IDE With Full Repository And XML Schema Support
VIENNA, Austria. January 19, 2001.
With over 20,000 licenses sold, XML Spy 3.5 is the best-selling industry-strength development environment to support the latest W3C XML Schema Candidate Recommendation. In addition the functionality of the award-winning tool is extended by the first integrated XML Schema Design View that allows in-place editing of all major aspects of the XML Schema language in its graphical representation. This makes it easy for both developers and analysts to visualize and manipulate the content model of any schema document, and unleashes the full potential of the new XML Schema language.
With its new repository interface, XML Spy 3.5 allows teams, workgroups, and entire organizations to collectively manage and reuse digital assets, such as XML documents, Schemas, and Stylesheets using existing software configuration management tools or any WebDAV-compliant web server.
At the same time, Altova introduces the XML Spy 3.5 Server Edition, which provides a COM-based API to developers for creating next-generation business portals and mission-critical applications. This further strengthens the position of XML Spy as the No.1 choice of the world's leading Fortune 500 and Global 1,000 companies for their e-Commerce and B2B solution development.
XML Spy 3.5 is available for a retail price of US$ 199.00 per user with volume discounts offered to site licenses purchasers. The new XML Spy 3.5 Server Edition sells for US$ 1,990.00 per server. Existing customers of the XML Spy 3.0 Premium product can download and upgrade to XML Spy 3.5 for free.
ALTOVA - the XML Spy Company, a member of the W3C, is a leading XML tools provider with its headquarters in Vienna, Austria. The privately held company was founded under the name of Icon Information-Systems in 1992 offering advanced retrieval software solutions for the telecom industry. Since 1998 Altova has been actively involved in XML software technologies. The first version of XML Spy was released in February 1999.
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Prepared by Robin Cover for The XML Cover Pages archive.