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BaseX

BaseX

BaseX is both a light-weight, high-performance and scalable open source XML Database engine and XPath/XQuery 3.0 Processor, including full support for the W3C Update and Full Text extensions. An interactive and user-friendly GUI frontend gives you great insight into your XML documents.

It focuses on storing, querying, and visualizing large XML and JSON documents and collections. A visual frontend allows users to interactively explore data and evaluate queries in realtime (i.e., with each key click).

Apart from two local standalone modes, BaseX offers a client/server architecture to handle concurrent read and write operations of multiple users. BaseX is platform-independent.

 BaseX 8.1.1

Price
Free to download

Size
7.3MB
License

BSD License

Developer
BaseX Team

Website
basex.org

System Requirements
Java 6 or later

Support:
DocumentationMailing Lists, GitHub

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • High-performance database storage with text, attribute, full-text and path indexes
  • Efficient support of the W3C XPath/XQuery Recommendations and Full Text and Update Extensions
  • High compliance rates for all supported specifications
  • High XQuery Conformance: reaching 99.9% of the W3C XQuery Test Suite
  • Client/Server architecture, supporting ACID safe transactions, user management, logging
  • Highly interactive visualizations, supporting very large XML documents
  • Realtime XQuery editor available, with syntax highlighting and error feedback
  • API support: XQuery for Java (XQJ) and XML:DB (XAPI)
  • Wide range of interfaces: REST/RESTXQ, WebDAV, XQJ, XML:DB; clients in many different languages

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