How to Try Stylus Studio for Free

Stylus Studio is a great XML editor with excellent tools for creating XSLTs, and basic XML documents, but as it cost more than $400 for the Professional Suite, you'll likely want to try it before buying it.

Luckily, you can download a fully functional trial version of the Enterprise version of Stylus Studio here.

You can use the trial version in any of our XML, XSL, and XML Schema classes as a way of learning the XML technology and familiarizing yourself with a very good XML tool at the same time.

Note that Stylus Studio is built for Windows. If you're on a different operating system, you can use Stylus Studio if you have Windows Emulation Software.

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