Otley, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 16, 2012 -- Liquid Technologies Ltd, an independent software provider based in the UK, have announced that they will be supporting the OASIS XML Catalogue standard. This makes it possible to use the Liquid XML Studio package together with OASIS standards that make use of XML Catalogues most notably DITA and DocBooks. These particular advancements will be in Liquid XML Studio 2012 Service Pack 1, anticipated for release in May 2012.
For the first time, Liquid Studio will offer support for the OASIS DITA and DocBook, XML data model meant for authoring and also publishing, providing validation, Intellisense, schema validation and auto complete support for DITA and DocBook documents.
DITA, which is an acronym for Darwin Information Typing Architecture, is actually an xml based open standard, which was actually made by IBM and has been subsequently generously donated to OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) for deeper advancement and release to the public.
Models like DITA help to publicize data integration and accessibility and are fantastic platforms for authoring, producing and delivering technical information such as online help guides, which is why DITA has gained extensive adoption in the technical documentation world, in businesses such as Cisco, IBM, Nokia and Oracle, to mention but a few.
With the most recent release Of Liquid XML Studio soon to support the DITA standard, there will certainly be even more inducement for technical writers to migrate and make use of Liquid XML Studio to edit and author their DITA files in a thoroughly certified and user friendly environment.
Liquid XML Studio has long been described as an XML toolkit and IDE, containing all of the tools required for designing and producing XML applications, such as an XML Editor, XML Schema Editor, WSDL Editor, Web Service Tools and so on.
The newest 2012 edition includes a large number of latest features and enhancements plus general operation as well as stability developments. Liquid XML Studio 2012 extends and magnifies on the pre-existing performance through introducing several other completely new tools and technologies which customers have called for in an effort to continue to make Liquid XML Studio the best value XML development environment available, turning it into a truly all in one xml toolkit
A few of these new features include a new xml datamapper, Silverlight 5 code generation and Liquid runtime, improved WSDL 2.0 validation, an improved Large File Editor, Liquid Runtime support for Linux gcc 4.3.3 32bit C - and many other new features and innovations.
XML Studio 2012 was officially brought out on 26th April 2012. For additional information visit http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xml-editor.aspx.