Syntext Released Open Source 'Serna Free' WYSIWYG XML Editor

Woodinville, WA (PressExposure) June 30, 2009 -- Syntext, Inc. ([]) has released Serna Free XML editor as Open Source Software. Serna is an easy-to-use WYSIWYG XML editor for all major platforms, Microsoft Windows (2000, XP, Vista), Linux, Mac OS X, and Sun Solaris/SPARC. Serna is Python extensible and based on the open standards XSLT and XSL-FO.

"Serna was based on open source technologies from the beginning. We now contribute to the Open Source Software community that enabled our success," says Paul Antonov, Syntext CEO. "Serna Free has enormous potential for XML application development and we have ambitious plans of how to enrich it with improvements. We are open to any ideas concerning development, business, and partnership to fulfil our plans."

The discussions on Open Source Serna Free XML editor are welcome at the Syntext Forum: []


Serna is an innovative WYSIWYG platform for XML-based applications. Powered by the on-the-fly XSL-driven technology, it provides a single point access to distributed documents. Serna reads XML documents and data from several XML data sources, blends this information into a seamless presentation, allows inexperienced users to edit it like in a word processor and constantly ensures the validity and consistency in terms of structure and business rules.

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About Syntext


Syntext, Inc. is a private American company founded in Seattle, Washington in 1999.
Syntext’s mission is to develop software for XML content authoring solutions and related services. Visit [] for more information.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 23, 2009 at 10:29 am
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