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XML Tools team has released the XSLT Profiler Addin for VS 2008 - a quick and reliable performance analysis profiler tool that assists in the development and debugging of XSLT documents. The XSLT Profiler Addin for VS 2008 allows developers to measure, evaluate, and target performance-related problems in XSLT code by creating detailed XSLT performance reports. The XSLT Profiler includes a wealth of useful hints for XSL and XSLT style sheet optimizations, which are essential for XSLT-based applications that demand maximum performance.
If you need to develop reliable and robust software, the XSLT Profiler is capable of detecting the performance errors and defects in coding so that they are corrected at an early stage in the development. This is essential in reducing the overall cost of developing software applications. The XSLT Profiler tool is fully integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to provide a seamless and approachable user experience, combining several Microsoft technologies, including Microsoft XML Editor and XSLT Debugger, Visual Studio Team System, F1 (Performance Suites), and more.
For more information and download check out Microsoft Downloads site.
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Did you see this post at blogs.msdn.com
Interesting but not very useful when you only have VS 2008 Professionnal :-(
XML Tools team has released the XSLT Profiler Add-in for VS 2008 - a quick and reliable performance analysis
The XML Tools team announced the XSLT Profiler Addin for VS2008, " a quick and reliable performance
Microsoft XML Tools team has released XSLT profiler addin for Visual Studio 2008. I've heard about this tool and even did a little testing long time ago (apparently it's very hard to release anything in Microsoft). First thing you need to know about Microsoft
From the XML Tools team at Microsoft: XML Tools team has released the XSLT Profiler Addin for VS 2008
Is the XML Schema Designer forthcoming?!
Glad to see it. Would love to see an XMLSpy-type schema editor built into VS.
In my day job I get to work on a lot of XSLTs consuming a variety of xml data formats and if you do as
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