Leeds, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 13, 2013 -- The launch will come hot on the foot of the Liquid XML Studio 2013 'beta' edition which was unveiled earlier this year.
The beta unveiling has been exceptionally successful with a massive amount of attention from Liquid Studio users and also useful comments as well as recommendations, which the business has mentioned it is eagerly acting on and seeking to integrate the most suitable suggestions into the formal 2013 release at the end of the month.
"We are delighted with the great level of interest and positive feedback that we have received from our loyal and eager beta testers, as a thank you to our testers, we will certainly be acting upon the best suggestions to reward our beta testers and to cement our position as one of the best xml tools available."
Liquid XML Studio happens to be referred to as an XML toolkit and IDE, incorporating all the tools necessary for designing and developing XML applications, such as an XML Editor, XML Schema Editor, WSDL Editor, Web Service Tools etc.
Liquid XML 2013 consists of quite a few exciting extra features which have been asked for by customers such as Background Validation, a Spell Checker, new XML Document Outline Tree and Code Generation and Runtimes for Visual Studio 2012, Visual C 11.0, .Net 4.5, iOS and Android.
Liquid Studio can be purchased in three variants, Starter, Designer and Developer.
Liquid Technologies Ltd have come quite a distance since 2000 the time they initially launched the worlds market leading XML data binding solution for making a range of code from XML schema.
"At the start, we saw a niche market for data binding, but as we continued to speak and engage with our users, our product evolved over a decade into one of the world leading xml toolkits, which continues to be used by some of the world's largest companies".
Liquid Technologies have provided their software to a host of very large clients around a number of sectors. In the past, excellent endorsements have come from global companies such as HSBC, Microsoft, Nokia, HP, Cisco and Walmart.
XML Studio 2013 is predicted to be officially launched by the end of February 2013. For more details visit http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xml-editor.aspx.