XPress – provides native support for XML, SGML and Unicode. The programmability of this authoring tool will ease its integration with state-of-the-art components like object oriented databases or workflow systems. It will also provide the author with an incredible level of automation that will significantly reduce the processing time in multilingual environments or when large documents are treated.
XPort – enables unlimited applications of their data to organizations owning large sets. This tool providing all the facilities described in the W3C Recommendation comes with an intuitive graphical user interface but also as a COM component that eases its integration in existing processes. Beside performance, the key features of the tool include pattern matching, processing of RTF (reading and writing) and integrated support for HTML output!
matriX – brings a visual XML / SGML table editor to the authors of organizations processing structured tabular data. Thanks its OLE nature, it can be integrated in virtually any environment requiring structured tables processing. Validation and automation are provided via the standard XSL included facilities.
XPert – is the learning and debugging companion of Xport, it allows the setting of breakpoints at all three levels: the input document, the style sheet and the generated output. Variables can be watched and set while the style sheet is applied step by step to the input document.