A comprehensive listing of XML software is at http://xmlsoftware.com/. Below is a selection of common applications we recommend.
- Mozilla 1.2: supports XHTML, XML, XSLT, MathML, SVG.
- Netscape Navigator 7.0: based on Mozilla, and supports similar features, although probably not as well, as it is based on Mozilla 1.0.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, supports XML and XSLT, does not support XHTML properly. Can support MathML and SVG with the aid of plug-ins.
- Opera 6/7: supports XML presentation only.
- Corel/SoftQuad XMetaL 4.0: WYSIWYG XML editor, suitable for non-technical authors creating narrative text content. Requires site customisation. Approximately $500/€500.
- Wattle Software XML Writer 2.0: raw XML editor, with colour-coded highlighting support for XML, XSLT, CSS, DTDs. Cheap and cheerful at AUD 139 (~ €75/$75).
- Marrowsoft XSelerator 2.5: XSLT editor and Integrated Development Environment (IDE). A very good programmers editor at $125.
- Sharmahd Computing Unipad 1.0: not an XML editor, but an excellent Unicode editor, which displays all characters in all fonts, and can transform between encodings. Highly recommended and good value at $99.