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# Wednesday, 10 December 2008

We have created Java Xml Object Model purely for purposes of our project. In fact jxom at present has siblings: xml models for sql dialects. There are also different APIs like name normalizations, refactorings, compile time evaluation.

It turns out that jxom is also good enough for other developers.

The drawback of jxom, however, is rather complex xml schema. It takes time to understand it. To simplify things we have created (and planning to create more) a couple of examples allowing to feel how jxom xml looks like.

The latest version can be loaded from jxom.zip

We would be pleased to see more comments on the subject.

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