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Liquid XML 2012 Service Pack 1 Launched

Liquid Technologies are delighted to declare the launch of Service Pack 1

Right after the successful release of Liquid XML Studio 2012, a sophisticated xml editor and all-inclusive XML toolkit and IDE, Liquid Technologies are delighted to declare the launch of Service Pack 1, containing a host of extra features along with general functionality and stability improvements.

Some of the Liquid XML Studio 2012 latest features include a completely new xml datamapper, Silverlight 5 code generation and Liquid runtime, improved WSDL 2.0 validation, an even better Large File Editor, Liquid Runtime support for Linux gcc 4.3.3 32bit C - and a lot of other new features and enhancements.

Additional new features of Service Pack 1 consist of:-

•    NEW Command Line Interface for Liquid XML Data Mapper

•    NEW Support for XML Catalogs

•    NEW Support for Client Certificates when contacting secure Web Services

•    Improved XML Schema Editor

•    Improved XML Editor

Utilizing Service Pack 1, the Data Mapper may also now operate from the command line, plus the Help now incorporates full documentation.

A full listing of the latest features and enhancements can be seen at http://www.liquid-technologies.com/whatsnew.aspx.

Liquid XML Studio 2012 SP1 is actually a free of cost upgrade available to all current Liquid XML Studio 2012 licence holders or previous version users with a existing USPP (Upgrade Support Protection Plan) contract.

To download Liquid XML Studio 2012 or for more information, visit, http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xml-editor.aspx.

About Liquid Technologies
Liquid Technologies Ltd is a privately owned software house based near Leeds, West Yorkshire, U.K. that offers world-leading productivity tools for XML software programmers conforming to the W3C standards.

Formed in 2000, Liquid Technologies at first developed the world leading XML Data Binding application for making C , C#, Java, Silverlight 2, VB.Net and Visual Basic 6 code out of an XML Schema, that is now part of the Liquid XML Studio product suite.

The current flagship product, Liquid XML Studio 2012, is an superior XML Development Environment and a XML toolkit incorporating all of the tools essential for designing and developing XML schema and XML applications.

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