Free home edition of XMLSpy


I’ll admit, until recently I’ve heard a number of internal people remark on how great a tool XMLSpy was. I’ve never personally used it, but it does seem to have a following. Anyway, they now have a free home edition that should tide you over until VS 2005 comes out. :-) Josh

[Via ISerializable]

XMLSpy has a free home edition! (via DevHawk)

coolness

Comments (11)

  1. lansdale says:

    There’s no better tool for xml.

    I already bought the home edition for one of my computers, nice to have a second for the portable, free. For any serious project, I know I’ll need the professional edition.

  2. Simon says:

    The home edition doesn’t give me a significant reason to use it over Visual Studio (wow, did I just say an MS product was best?).

    I also managed to crash it three times before uninstalling it – I’ve submitted the watson logs so hopefully they’ll fix it.

  3. gridlock says:

    Try out the pro or ent edition – that should change your mind!

  4. Dejan says:

    no comment

  5. Chris says:

    no comment

  6. james says:

    no comment

  7. Edward says:

    I really like Emacs for XML editing, specifically nxml-mode. Context-sensitive code-completion, extremely flexible and open syntax highlighting, automatic indentation all within an infinitely extensible environment.

    Once you get used to the keystrokes you’ll never go back.

  8. SWAMI says:

    For personal purpose