Snapbridge Software, a San Diego, Calif.-based builder of development platforms, announced today XStudio 2.5, a drag-and-drop environment that allows developers to build XML-based solutions.
Developers can use the tool to integrate and publish data and content without coding or data schema.
XStudio is based on Snapbridge's FDX technology that federates large amounts of data in real time in various data sources like relational databases, flat files, mainframe data, Web services, digital images and streaming feeds. It points directly to live XML data regardless of schemas, output requirements can be changed in real time, it includes XML-to-HTML mapping technology and enables developers to work with databases, flat files and Web services.
XStudio is available as a standalone product or bundled with Snapbridge's FDX Information Server. The server is available in three configurations: an enterprise edition for large organizations, high-volume publishers and online service providers; a standard edition for medium-sized organizations and workgroup deployments; and a developers edition giving developers the tools they need to build, test, debug and deploy integration solutions.
XStudio 2.5 costs $199 per seat.