Full user review
"Just what I was looking for!"
Finally I'm freed from using a text editor to edit xml files, and no longer have to worry about making sure that each tag is closed, is spelled the same, etc. XmlShell lets you work in a tree view or in an editor view, with access to both at the same time. Or you can switch to a page that allows you to enter properties of a tag (kind of like Visual Basic) while another tab shows you an InternetExplorer-style browser view of the xml. It all updates in real time when you edit one of the tabs. I haven't used any of the advanced features yet, but even as a simple editor it's easily worth the low price.