XML Marker
A fast and easy source-level XML Editor, XML Marker uses a combination of syntax-highlighting editor, tree view, and table views to help you get a better insight to your XML code.

XML Marker 2.0 was released on August 19, 2011 and includes the following main features

  • Read XML files in Unicode using UTF 8 and UTF 16 encoding.
  • Edit Json files.
  • Tree will not collapse when editing the text.
  • Bookmarks
  • Path selector
  • Faster and uses less memory

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pantthro 2011-05-05

Any release date to 2.0 version?


yigal 2011-05-06

It should be ready within one month or so.

foz 2011-07-27

As we have shot past the “one month”, how long is “or so”? :D

One request – an option to turn off the splash screen!

mubed 2011-06-16

It would be great if one could export or copy the content of the Tree Selection Browser (tables of tag names). I use this view often to get an overview of all tags, but unfortunately it’s not possible to copy this list/table for further analysis.

Gitesh 2011-08-02

Is there a mailing list or group where realease 2.0 will be announced? I’m really looking forward to the JSON editing. It’s really hard to find something with the ease of use of use of XML Marker. There is certainly no desktop equivalent of a JSON editor.

yigal 2011-08-02

Yes, there is a mailing list and you are already on it! The mailing list include all the people who registered to the site, sent email or purchased version 1.0

Anthony van Lent 2012-11-29

I’ve been using version 1.1 for quite a while now and just upgraded to 2.1.

Some great features that I’ve been missing in 1.1. are added and some ‘annoying’ things have been fixed.

Still I miss some features that really add value for me.
1. ctrl-g – goto line
2. when navigating through the table in the Tree Selection Browser; enter editing mode by pressing F2