Tag Archive for: XML

Navigating XML Change in Aviation

In our previous blog post, we delved into an analysis of diverse XML markup languages, aiming to steer the aviation industry toward enhanced technical information management. However, in an industry characterised by perpetual…

S1000D and Beyond: Navigating the Skies of Aviation Data with XML

Recently, I stumbled upon this fascinating article diving deep into the world of S1000D markup – its history, perks, what lies ahead for the language, along with the challenges it’s tackling…

Mastering Table Comparison & Merging: What’s New in XML Merge 11.0.0

Last summer, we released XML Compare 12.0.0, which featured a new, improved algorithm for table comparison. This new approach leads to more precise, more intuitive and more detailed…

Making Tax Digital: Embracing XML Technology for HMRC Compliance

Making Tax Digital (MTD) is HMRC’s plan to digitise the UK tax system for VAT, Income Tax (Self Assessment) and Corporation Tax for both businesses and individuals. MTD aims to make tax…

Best Practices for Managing XML Configurations in System Administration

XML configurations are vital for the smooth operation and coordination of systems in today’s complex technology landscape. System administrators use XML to structure, share, and transport…

The Crucial Role of XML and JSON in Modern Air Traffic Control Operations

As we ascend into an era of unparalleled technological advancements, the need for robust, efficient, and secure communication systems in aviation is at an all-time…

Enhanced SVG Comparison with XML Compare 14.1: Introducing Z-Index Change Highlighting, Animated Changes and more

In November last year, we launched our new SVG Compare feature in XML Compare 12.0. It has since been added…

Customer Voices, Product Success: Utilising Feedback for an Impactful Roadmap

At DeltaXML we work with people who are developing products or maintaining systems that handle XML and JSON documents and datasets, including editing tools, document and data…

Unleashing Wireless Potential with XML and JSON Markup

Mahlon Loomis, an often overlooked figure in wireless communication, played a big role in the field’s development. The history of wireless technology can be traced back to people like James Clerk Maxwell…

What’s the Relationship Between XML, JSON, HTML and the Internet?

Today, the internet is all-pervasive across our working, social and domestic lives, and it is sometimes hard to remember what the world was like before its introduction and near…