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LinuxPR: XMLFund and ActiveState partner on XML: XSLT to plug into Visual Studio and Komodo

Dec 06, 2000, 07:06 (2 Talkback[s])

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"ActiveState, the leading provider of Internet programming software and services, and XMLFund, the first XML technology investment fund, have partnered to develop an integrated development environment (IDE) for XSLT to work with Microsoft's Visual Studio.NET and with ActiveState's Mozilla-based environment, Komodo. The XSLT IDE will be cross-platform and will enable programmers to debug XSL transformations."

"XSLT is a language for transforming XML documents. It is a member of the XML family of standards and was developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Its most common uses are for generating HTML documents, extracting information from an XML document, and translating between vocabularies in B2B applications."

"We're delighted to work with an up and coming programming language that is a perfect addition to our cross-platform multi-language IDEs," said Dick Hardt, Founder & CEO, ActiveState. "XMLFund is a great partner given their experience in the XML space. We're looking forward to working with them on providing professional tools for this emerging technology."

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