Well…. OK. I was planning on releasing it to the public sooner or later and with the deadline for the AIR derby being tomorrow night (Sept 5th), I don’t think it’s going to hurt to go ahead and tip my hand by putting it out there now.
So without further ado, here is my entry into the Adobe AIR Developer Derby:
Application Name: vizX
Application Description: vizX is a visual XML editor which displays nodes in a tree structure on the left while details of the selected node are displayed on the right. The details include the name and text value of the node, its attributes and the ability to add child nodes and new attributes.
- 1. If you don’t have the AIR runtime installed, you’ll need to download and install it in order to use vizX. You can get the installer for your particular system (OSX or Windows) from this link.
- 2. Download and install vizX from as either a .zip file or an .air file.
- 3. Let me know what you think if you get a chance to check it out.
You can also use the “Install Now” button below (Thanks Doug).