Beta release of eXcelon Stylus Studio
08:19, 27 Feb 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

eXcelon Corporation have announced a beta release of Stylus Studio, incorporating a visual XSLT debugging tool.

Stylus Studio's visual XSLT debugger allows the tracing of variables, setting of watches, and stack traces. It also integrates a Java debugger, allowing Java extension functions to be debugged from within XSLT.

In addition, Studio has a visual XSLT editor, and an XML document editor. eXcelon reports that their XML editor is highly scalable, working with documents in the tens of megabytes. It has XPath query support. Stylus Studio also incorporates a DTD and W3C XML Schema editor.

The beta is available from eXcelon's web site. Stylus Studio is commercial software.

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Re: Beta release of eXcelon Stylus Studio (David - 02:39, 19 Apr 2004)
The link posted here is busted, here are the updated links (it appears to be a new website) Stylus ...
Re: Beta release of eXcelon Stylus Studio (muthu - 15:48, 4 Jun 2002)
This is no more available as Beta but as a evaluation copy with limited options
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