Configurable output formats, full audit trail capabilities and comprehensive APIs make DeltaXML’s products perfect for integration with content management workflows or for embedding within existing editing and publishing products.
Find the change
Sophisticated algorithms interpret the structure of your XML or JSON and work out where the real changes are according to your specific configurations.
Represent the difference
The result file is structured in the same way as your original files, so they can be viewed in your regular editor or managed in your CMS. Alternatively, as results are passed through an XSLT pipeline you can turn your outputs into whatever form you wish including HTML reports or pdfs.
Works with any XML
Whether you are working with documents or data, DeltaXML’s products provide the most reliable, efficient and accurate comparison and merge functions for managing XML-based content.
Recombine multiple DITA documents or datasets into a single file.
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A JSON diff that’s so much more
DeltaJSON is everything your need to reliably find differences within your JSON data. Use our online app or access through REST APIs.
The best way to manage your changing JSON data
While JSON Compare works within the structure of your files to identify real change, JSON Merge applies sophisticated rules for automated merging so you don’t miss a difference. If you’re only needing to amend parts of your JSON files, JSON Graft and JSON patch help to adjust your files with ease.
There’s a reason why leading OEMs, from software developers to hardware manufacturers have DeltaXML functionality embedded in their systems. Our software has been designed from the outset as a toolkit, providing specialised XML and JSON comparison and merging functionality that is optimised for embedding into enterprise systems and software.
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