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Liquid XML Studio Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Is Due Soon
After the latest launch of Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, Liquid Technologies Ltd, the independently owned software business behind Liquid XML Studio, have reported that they're going to be completely supporting Visual Studio 2012.
Microsoft explain Visual Studio 2012 as being a “powerful IDE that ensures quality code all over the complete application lifecycle, from layout to implementation.
If you’re building applications for SharePoint, the web, Windows, Windows Phone, and even beyond, Visual Studio is your ultimate all-in-one solution.”
Liquid XML Studio has been called an XML toolkit as well as IDE, containing all the tools needed for producing as well as building XML applications, like an XML Editor, XML Schema Editor, WSDL Editor, Web Service Tools etc.
Liquid Technologies Ltd is going to be releasing new Runtime libraries to help with an effortless integration between Liquid Studio 2012 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. This will allow for Liquid Studio customers to develop XML and XSD applications from the familiar Microsoft Visual Studio environment, enabling users to work with Liquid Studio in the Microsoft Visual Studio program itself.
The XML Schema Editor is additionally included in Microsoft Visual Studio, allowing for users to visually alter an XSD document. The editor in addition has a split code/graphical view, letting customers utilizing “an unprecedented amount of control for editing schemas.
A few of the other Liquid XML Studio 2012 functions incorporate a new xml datamapper, Silverlight 5 code generation and also Liquid runtime, improved WSDL 2.0 validation, a greater Large File Editor, Liquid Runtime support for Linux gcc 4.3.3 32bit C - and also other features and advancements.
To get a hold of Liquid XML Studio 2012 or for further details, check out, http://www.liquid-
About Liquid Technologies
Liquid Technologies Ltd, offers world-leading productivity software for XML software developers conforming to the W3C standards. Their primary product, Liquid XML Studio 2012, claims to be an highly developed XML Development Environment not to mention XML toolkit which includes an XML Editor containing all the tools needed for creating and developing XML schema and XML applications.
For more information go to http://www.liquid-