Would You Like A New XML Editor With That X?

Softmagic has released a new XML editor for Mac OS X called SendStory. XML is a markup language that allows one to do things one canit do with other markup languages like HTML. SendStory is designed to make it easy to create XML content on Mac OS X. According to Softmagic:

SendStory is an easy-to-use XML content creator running on Mac OS X. The first of Softmagicis cross-media publishing solution called Project-M, SendStory promises to deliver XML in the traditional Apple fashion, intuitive and user-friendly. The collaboration among writers and editors in different languages and regions is made possible for both offline and online publishing.

SendStory communicates with Apple Computeris online file sharing facility, iDisk and any TCP/IP networked server to send and receive the structured XML story that conforms to the industry standard DTDs or to the customized DTDs designed with SendStory. Its unique way of synchronizing the document structures of the multilingual documents makes an easy choice for international company dealing with the documents in many languages. It also converts XML to HTML based on the pre-defined style mapping mechanism, making it an ideal tool for writing Apple Help files and Web page. A structured XML story created with SendStory can be interfaced to a content management system for re-purposing of the data.

SendStory for Mac OS X is available for US$99. A free evaluation copy is also available. You can find more information at softmagic.com.