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Liquid XML Studio 2012 Provides Better Support for C#

Better Support For C#

Following from the launch of Service Pack 1 (SP1), Liquid Technologies Ltd, a private software supplier, based in the UK, have announced that Liquid XML Studio 2012, their flagship xml software, right now features better XML C# code generation functionality.

The most up-to-date 2012 version containing SP1, has considerable C code generation upgrades plus general performance and stability enhancements.

A few of these new C# capabilities include Liquid Runtime support for Linux gcc 4.3.3 32bit C# as well as Linux gcc 4.3.3 64bit C# - and plenty of some other new features and also advancements.

The produced C# code is basically platform independent and may also be used on Windows, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, Mac, embedded computers along with more lesser known systems.

Modified binary libraries can be compiled on Win32, Linux and gcc (x86 32 bit and 64 bit). Un-modified C# libraries may be compiled on Win32, Win64, Linux gcc, Solaris and Forte.

Full details with regards to the Liquid XML Studio C# code generation characteristics are available at http://www.liquid-technologies.com/XmlDataBinding/Xml-Schema-To-Cpp.aspx.

Liquid Technologies refer to their code generation features as saving your time and even decreasing mistakes.

Since the XML Data Binding code does the majority of the parsing for the user, manipulating the XML objects is simply matter of managing collections of objects, you don't have to constantly examine the type of an item etc.

XML Data Binding makes it considerably quicker to cope with XML documents from within your code, creating less code, which is simpler to read and maintain.

As the generated class library is strongly typed, it forms a kind of template for the developer, ensuring that the data created is in accordance to the underlying XML Schema, doing away with the risk of errors.

At this time the XML Data Binding for C# can be purchased in the developer edition.

XML Studio 2012 with SP1 was made available on general release on 7th June 2012. For more information check out http://www.liquid-technologies.com/xml-editor.aspx.



About Liquid Technologies


Liquid Technologies Ltd, delivers world-leading productivity programs for XML software developers conforming to the W3C standards. Their flagship product, Liquid XML Studio 2012, undoubtedly an superior XML Development Environment and also XML toolkit which includes an XML Editor comprising all the tools necessary for designing and developing XML schema and XML applications.

For more information pay a visit to http://www.liquid-technologies.com

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