"Our strategy is to stay active within the XML development community so that we can continue to grow XBinder's value" says Ed Day, President of Objective Systems. "Finding an XML data binding solution for Java ME CLDC wasn't easy so we added it to our newest release. In addition, we have watched Android demand continue to grow so we wanted to roll out XBinder with an effective upgrade that directly supports its developers. We also felt that it was important to offer XBinder for free to small-project developers."
Being specifically designed to assist in cutting project development costs, XBinder automates data binding between XML and C, C++, Java, or C# programming languages. XBinder's new expanded features drive project efficiencies with:
- Improved support for the subset of Java used on the Android platform including support for the XML Pull Parser API (org.xmlpull.v1.*)
- Support for additional Java Platforms: Java ME and Java SE 1.4.
- Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 in addition of support for older versions all the way back to VC++ 6.0.
- Configuration of Encoders and Decoders for Individual Types.
- Improvements in C# code generation including the capability to output code to a single source file or source file per schema instead of one file per type.
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About Objective Systems
Objective Systems is a privately held company in Exton, PA whose mission is the development of standards-based software to support open interconnection standards. In addition to the XBinder product, Objective Systems offers a pure ASN.1-based data binding utility in its ASN1C code generation product. The company also offers custom development and training services in support of its products.