Otley, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 10, 2012 -- Following the recent launch of Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, Liquid Technologies Ltd, the independent software company behind Liquid XML Studio, have stated that they will be comprehensively supporting Visual Studio 2012 by means of new runtime libraries in an upcoming Service Pack Release.
Microsoft talk about Visual Studio 2012 like a "powerful IDE that guarantees quality code throughout the whole application lifecycle, from design to deployment. If you're producing applications for SharePoint, the web, Windows, Windows Phone, and beyond, Visual Studio is your ultimate all-in-one solution."
Liquid XML Studio has previously been described as an XML toolkit as well as IDE, containing all the specific tools essential for designing and also building XML applications, for example an XML Editor, XML Schema Editor, WSDL Editor, Web Service Tools etc.
Liquid Technologies Ltd are going to be releasing new Runtime libraries to support an effortless integration between Liquid Studio 2012 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. This will enable Liquid Studio customers to develop XML and XSD applications from the familiar Microsoft Visual Studio environment, enabling customers to use Liquid Studio inside the Microsoft Visual Studio software itself.
The XML Schema Editor is additionally offered with Microsoft Visual Studio, allowing users to visually edit an XSD document. The editor also offers a split code/graphical view, permitting customers having "an unprecedented standard of control for editing schemas.
Some of the other Liquid XML Studio 2012 functions include a new xml datamapper, Silverlight 5 code generation as well as Liquid runtime, improved WSDL 2.0 validation, a much better Large File Editor, Liquid Runtime support for Linux gcc 4.3.3 32bit C - and many other functions and enhancements.
To download Liquid XML Studio 2012 or for more information, go to, http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xml-editor.aspx.