Christopher Parkerson announced the release of eXcelon's Stylus Studio 3.0 as a new "integrated development environment for XML applications built around the Stylus Visual XSLT Editor. Stylus Studio includes components needed to develop XML-based solutions. Stylus Studio 3.0 supports project management, a scalable XML editor, a Schema editor, Visual XSLT editor, a Visual XML-to-XML mapper, a Java source editor, and an integrated Java and XSLT debugger. The XSLT debugger allows one to quickly debug through XSLT with support for variables, watches, and stack tracing. Studio is designed to be capable of handling XML source files tens of megabytes in size. Stylus Studio Beta is available now via the eXcelon Corporation website."
From the announcement of 2001-02-22:
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2001 16:50:10 -0500 From: Christopher Parkerson <email@example.com> To: XML DEV <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Looking for a XSLT debugger?
eXcelon Corporation's Stylus Studio is our new integrated development environment for XML applications built around the award-winning Stylus Visual XSLT Editor. Stylus Studio was designed to be the most scalable, flexible, and useful suite of XML tools on the market for creating the most demanding XML-based applications.
The world's first visual XSLT debugger
- Quickly debug through XSLT with support for variables, watches, and stack tracing
- Integrated Java debugger: debug Java extension function sources within XSLT
XSLT editor with XML-to-XML mapping capability
- Visually map between XML schemas
- Supports Java extension functions
- Create reusable XSLT templates with the template repository
- Scenarios: easily work with multiple XML sources when developing XSLT
Scalable XML Editor
- Supports large files, even tens of megabytes in size
- XPath query support with back mapping capabilities in query results
- Syntax highlighting and tag completion
- Auto DTD generation
- Logical tree and grid views
DTD and W3C XML Schema editor
Stylus Studio Beta is available now via the eXcelon Corporation website at http://www.exceloncorp.com/beta/studio.html. There you will find more detailed information on Stylus Studio and instructions to register for the beta program.
Chris Parkerson - Product Manager
Portal Server and Development Tools