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XML ValidatorBuddy 4.3 now with JSON Schema support

The latest release 4.3 of the popular XML and JSON editor comes with JSON Schema syntax-coloring and validation of JSON instance documents.

Feb. 12, 2013 - PRLog -- XML ValidatorBuddy is an editor and development environment which makes working with XML and JSON files easy, convenient and efficient. Validate quickly one or multiple instance files, get detailed error reports and fix any errors directly in the built-in editor. The software supports all of the important XML validation standards like W3C, DTD, Schematron, RelaxNG and JSON Schema. XML ValidatorBuddy is also the tool of choice for easy to configure batch validation and well-formed checking for any number of instance documents.

The JSON Schema editor offers auto-completion, syntax-coloring and validation of JSON instance documents.

As a leading Schematron development environment, XML ValidatorBuddy makes working with Schematron as simple as using any other type of XML validation.  

XML ValidatorBuddy supports the following XML and JSON technologies:
- W3C schema validation
- RelaxNG
- Schematron validation
- XML catalogs
- Generation of schema documentation
- Batch validation
- Well-formed checking
- XSL transformations
- Saxon 9 HE and Xerces
- XML digital signatures
- XML/JSON conversions
- JSON Schema

Pricing and Availability

XML ValidatorBuddy 4.3 is available immediately at a price of USD 39.0 for a single license.

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