The DITA Open Toolkit is an implementation of the OASIS DITA XML Specification. The Toolkit transforms DITA content into many deliverable formats. See http://dita-ot.sourceforge.net/ for documentation and links to downloads. The source code and issue trackers have been moved to https://github.com/dita-ot/dita-ot
Web data extraction (web data mining, web scraping) tool. It leverages well proved XML and text processing techologies in order to easely extract useful data from arbitrary web pages.
The Object-Role Modeling (ORM) standard version 2, associated schemas and generation tools, and a reference implementation in the form of the Natural Object-Role Modeling Architect for Visual Studio (NORMA) product.
eXist-db is a feature rich Open Source native XML database
eXist-db is a native XML database featuring efficient, index-based XQuery processing, extensions for keyword search, XUpdate support, XSLT support, XForms support, REST and tight integration with existing XML development tools. Moved to Github - https://www.github.com/exist-db/exist
XML text markup for ancient documents
The EpiDoc Collaborative is developing specifications and tools for standards-based, digital publication and interchange of scholarly and educational editions of documentary and literary texts like inscriptions and papyri. The link below will take you to the EpiDoc home page on this site.
"xmlsh" is derived from the design and goals the unix shell and core commands but with XML expressions and documents added as core features to the shell. xmlsh can be used as a drop-in replacement for scripting xml transformations instead of sh.
eLML (eLesson Markup Language) is an XML framework for creating structured eLessons based on a pedagogical model. eLML consists of an XMLSchema and XSLT files to create XHTML, PDF, LaTeX, IMS CP and SCORM versions, standards supported by most LMS.
xs3p is a schema documentation generator. Basically, it is an XSLT stylesheet that will generate an XHTML document from an XSD schema. Originally Developed by the DSTC in Australia.
Minimalistic address book in web browser. No server or plugin needed.
Minimalistic but full-featured addressbook in your web browser. adx is a standalone and portable web app (online and offline). FEATURES Contact Management, portable, small (~200KB), lightweight, contact tagging, geo mapping, web accounts, trigger phone/Skype calls, etc. EXPORT FUNCTIONALITY vCard (as file or QR code via offline generator), embedded Microformats (hCard 1.0, XFN). HOW IT WORKS Your address-book (XML file) is transformed in your web browser (via XSLT) to a full-featured web application (HTML). REQUIREMENTS Web browser for viewing online or offline (some like Chrome need a small command line parameter for offline viewing); no server, plugin or anything else needed. Any text editor can be used for contact editing (addressbook.xml).
BibteXML is a bibliography schema for XML that expresses the content model of BibTeX – the bibliographic system for use with LaTeX. Stylesheets and conversion tools are provided.
Web based tender system to source, award and manage the total procurement process. Leverages supply and demand, through reverse auction, ensuring that goods are bought at the best possible price. Developed in PHP with MySQL/PostgreSQL database.
This UBmatrix Processing Engine is an SDK for building XBRL-enabled applications. The engine is the essential component to read, write, and validate XBRL. This project was released under UBmatrix Inc. Learn more about EDGAR Online XBRL Processing Eng
XML Schema for questionnaires and PDF questionnaire generator
queXML is a simple XML schema for designing questionnaires. Included are stylesheets to administer the questionnaire in PDF (paper), CASES and LimeSurvey. queXML is compatible with the DDI standard.
XML related tools: xsddoc (documentation tool for W3C XML Schema), xsddoc maven plugin, swing: JXTable (JTable with frozen columns)
DITA2wiki is a toolkit that enables you to publish DITA content (maps and topics) to a wiki.
uml2svg is a tool for converting UML diagrams into SVG. The diagrams have to conform with the UML Diagram Interchange 1.0 Specification, which at this time means they have be exported by Poseidon for UML.
The S1000D Transformation Toolkit provides a reference implementation supporting the transformation, packaging and viewing of S1000D data into a SCORM 2004 3rd Edition Content Package, Mobile Web Application and PDF.
ServingXML is an open source, Apache 2.0 licensed, framework for flat/XML data transformations. It defines an extensible markup vocabulary for expressing flat-XML, XML-flat, flat-flat, and XML-XML processing in pipelines.
Lightweight XML encoding library for Java, optimized for performance.
Shared Questionnaire System(SQS) is a full-functional Optical Mark Reader(OMR) form processing system implemented in Java-Swing, XSL-FO and AJAX with straightforward GUIs. It is aimed at developing social platform to share knowledge about questionnaire.
7train is an XSLT 2.0 tool for generating METS files from XML input. It builds the basic METS structure so that the user can worry about what is specific to the user's project. Includes examples for generating METS from OAI and CONTENTdm records.
Java based XSLT Processor extension for syntax highlighting
This is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for XSLT processors (Xalan, Saxon), so if you have e.g. article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.
NeuroML is an XML-based description language for defining and exchanging neuronal cell, network and modeling data including reconstructions of cell anatomy, membrane physiology, electrophysiological data, network connectivity, and model specification
Generic XML to RDF converter
This is a generic XML to RDF converter which uses XSLT transformations to convert any XML document into RDF format. The transformation uses an XSLT processor like xsltproc. The command line for the Bash shell is: xsltproc xml2rdf3.xsl document.xml > document.rdf Reference: Breitling, F. 2009: A standard transformation from XML to RDF via XSLT, Astronomical Notes, Vol 330 Issue 7, DOI: 10.1002/asna.200811233, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asna.200811233/abstract http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2009AN....330..755B https://arxiv.org/abs/0906.2291
Up to now, most ontologies are created manually, which is very time-expensive. The goal is it, to produce ontologies automatically via XSLT, which fit as good as possible to a given XML-file resp. XML-Schema-file.