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Actipro SyntaxEditor - Silverlight syntax-highlighting code editor control Cart Not logged in Log In Register Forgot Password Resend Validation E-mail Products WPF Controls WinRT Controls Silverlight Controls WinForms Controls ASP.NET Controls Code Writer App Icons Download Evaluations Freeware Online Demos Purchase Shopping Cart Price Lists Sales FAQ Support My Account Support Tickets Knowledge Base Consulting Services Community Blog Twitter Page Discussion Forums Polls WPFpedia Company About Us Contact Us Policies Our Customers Testimonials News Room Media Kit Careers SyntaxEditor for Silverlight The most robust syntax-highlighting code editor control for Silverlight... period Online Demo Download Buy Now Learn More Product Overview Editing and Visualization Documents and Languages Add-ons Latest Release Supported Environments Silverlight 5 or later Expression Blend Other Notes Source Code Available Bundled in Silverlight Studio Resources Silverlight Blog Entries Discussion Forums More Silverlight Controls Additional Benefits Thorough Documentation Help topics cover all controls and product features in great detail. Numerous Samples Many full-source demos and QuickStarts are included. Designer Functionality Configure the product using Visual Studio and Expression Blend designer enhancements. Rock Solid Code All pre-obfuscated code is scanned by the VS Code Analysis tool, and warnings resolved. Documents and Languages Extensibility is the name of the game when talking about SyntaxEditor's documents and languages. Languages are service-based objects where you can plug in any functionality you require for them. Use our free languages with your SyntaxEditor implementations, or build custom syntax language implementations if needed. Document/UI Object Model Separation SyntaxEditor's document and language object models have been implemented in a separate assembly from UI assemblies. This allows documents, languages, and all related features (lexing, parsing, etc.) to be used independently of user interfaces. Documents and Snapshots It supports easy file load/save and can be tied to a syntax language to provide extended functionality. A sequence of text changes made, showing how new immutable snapshots and versions are created Snapshots allow you to parse text without fear of it changing in the middle of a parse. There are powerful text scanning classes included and offsets within a snapshot can be translated to their relative location in any other snapshot for the same document. This means that you can reliably locate a certain range of text, even after multiple edits have been made. Batch Text Change Operations for doing everything from simple text replace operations to append operations. Multiple operations can be queued up into a single text change and executed as a single atomic unit. Designed to Handle Large Documents Documents have been designed for speed. Large documents can load and be input-ready in SyntaxEditor nearly instantly. This is achieved via internal storage virtualization for many features. Snapshots also reuse common sections of document text to minimize memory usage. Syntax Languages They basically encapsulate all functionality for a particular code language that is being used within a SyntaxEditor control. This is everything from various types of parsing all the way to simpler features like determining word breaks or performing line commenting. Custom language definition can easily be created, thereby making it possible to build a code editor for any proprietary language. Mergable Languages While SyntaxEditor's flexible dynamic language definitions allow for nearly any language to be defined, sometimes it is necessary for more than a single language to be used. An ASP.NET language would most likely have HTML as a root language with tokens that can transition into ASP.NET, CSS, JScript, and VBScript languages on the fly. SyntaxEditor fully supports transitions between parent languages to child languages. This feature allows you to support the complicated language switching requirements of modern web languages and code generation templates. Lexers and Parsers Lexing is the process of scanning text and breaking it up into meaningful tokens that can be examined by a higher-level parser, and used to drive syntax highlighting features in the editor. Regular expression-based and hand written lexers are supported. The flow of actions that generally take place whenever a text change occurs Parsing is the process of performing syntax and/or semantic analysis on a text, and outputing some sort of parse data, generally an AST. SyntaxEditor supports the automated calling of parsers via worker threads following text changes. Any custom or third-party parser can be called and used with SyntaxEditor. Code Fragments Code fragment editing is useful in situations such as where you want an end user to only see and edit the contents of a specific method or property, or perhaps only a certain statement or expression. When using any language that has a parser, this type of editing is easily achieved with SyntaxEditor. Automated IntelliPrompt features for the language continue to function normally too. Code fragment editing is achieved by setting a header and footer text property on the document. Neither the header nor footer are visible to the end user but for parsing purposes, they are pre- and post-pended to the document's text being edited by the end user. This allows for a complete, valid document to be parsed, even though the end user is only modifying a portion of it. Tagging Tags that contain custom data can be applied to ranges of text, to store data with those text ranges and/or mark where special SyntaxEditor visualization features such as adornments should be rendered. Language Designer The Language Designer is an application that ships with SyntaxEditor and aids in the creation of syntax languages. It can perform code generation for a number of language features and even includes a debugger for grammars The Language Designer editing the lexer for a syntax language definition Export to HTML and RTF SyntaxEditor has built-in functionality for exporting syntax-highlighted text content to a string or file in HTML and/or RTF formats. Text Statistics Text statistics are a powerful feature that provide statistics about text in a document. By default, there are numerous text statistics available such as line, sentence, word, character counts, and even readability scores. Languages can choose to customize the statistics by supplying additional ones like commented-line counts, etc. Products WPF Controls WinRT Controls Silverlight Controls WinForms Controls ASP.NET Controls Code Writer App Icons Download Evaluations Freeware Online Demos Purchase Shopping Cart Price Lists Sales FAQ Support My Account Support Tickets Knowledge Base Consulting Services Community Blog Twitter Page Discussion Forums Polls WPFpedia Company About Us Our Customers Testimonials News Room Media Kit Careers Contact Us return false;

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