XMLSpy XSL Tools:
- Screaming-fast transformation via RaptorXML integration
- XSL and XSLT editor
- Intelligent XSL editing help
- XSLT debugger
- XSL Speed Optimizer and XSLT profiler
- XPath Analyzer with auto-complete
- Point and click XPath builder
- XQuery editor
- XQuery debugger and XQuery profiler
- HTML and CSS editors
XSL Processing via RaptorXML Integration
XMLSpy supports seamless integration with installed RaptorXML Servers for hyper-performance functionality coupled with strict conformance to W3C standards, including XSLT, XPath, and XQuery versions 1.0, 2.0, and 3.1. This allows you to take advantage of super-fast transformations during development and testing, all directly inside XMLSpy.
XMLSpy provides complete support for XSL and XSLT development in its XSLT editor with context-sensitive entry helpers, an XSL outline window, and more. When you're ready to perfect and optimize your XSLT code, the XMLSpy XSLT debugger, XSL Speed Optimizer, and XSLT profiler allow you to step through and optimize even the most intricate XSLT stylesheets quickly and easily.
To compose valid XPath expressions, you must know exactly how your document is structured. In large, complex documents, writing and testing XPath expressions by hand can be a frustrating and error prone process. XMLSpy addresses this with intelligent XPath auto-completion, the powerful XPath Builder and Evaluator window, and more to help you create effective XPath expressions quickly and easily.
XQuery editing is supported with the context-sensitive entry helpers and useful as-you-type guidance. The XQuery debugger assists in testing and perfecting your code, while the XQuery profiler helps optimize transformations by providing detailed metrics about potential bottlenecks. XMLSpy even supports XQuery Update Facility.