Daxe is an XML editor for the web. It works in the same way as Jaxe, using an XML schema and a configuration file to define the XML language and the editor UI. A number of common element displays are provided with Daxe to make it easy to create a new editor UI for any XML language.
In itself, Daxe is not very useful, because it cannot open or save a local file (because of browser restrictions). It needs to be either used with the Daxe desktop application, or included into a larger system like a CMS. Daxe is now integrated into WebJaxe, and will soon be used in LON-CAPA.
An XML file can easily be opened in Daxe with the following parameters:
To integrate Daxe into a larger system and make it possible to save documents, see CMS integration.
If you have trouble compiling (the Dart SDK is not available on all platforms), you can use this precompiled version, but it will not be up-to-date.
Daxe is licenced under the GPL version 3 or later.