Open source validating xml parser
Activating validation allows the application to tell whether the XML document contains the right tags or whether those tags are in the right sequence.
In other words, it can tell you whether the document is valid.
There are really two different kinds of developers.
Those that want to embed Daffodil into an application, and those who want to contribute to Daffodil itself. If you want to embed Daffodil into some other system so that you can parse data using DFDL schemas to describe the format, then you can develop in Java or in Scala. Please also see Quick projects to get started contributing to Daffodil as there are some very cool projects that really just require you to use Daffodil from its API.
Stylus Studio is the only XML IDE to provide seamless XML validation support for XSV.
This is important because other tools vendors rely on their own proprietary XML Schema implementations.
It doesn't include text editors that merely do simple syntax coloring or expanding and collapsing of nodes.
The W3C XML specification states that a program should stop processing an XML document if it finds an error.
The reason is that XML software should be small, fast, and compatible.
They also include validation, bean creation, and commit tools. It contains many features including manual/automatic validation using both DTDs and XSDs, XPath evaluation, auto-completion, pretty print, and text conversion in addition to being able to work on multiple files at once.
uses the non-validating parser by default, but it can also activate validation.