What is Thunder Suite?
Part of TIC’s modernize Product Group, Thunder Suite™ is a visual XML designer and code generator specifically designed for creating XML data handling program code. Using Thunder Suite™, developers can easily create XML processing program code, called XML handlers, in a highly productive visual environment.
XML Thunder™ can be used to design and generate two distinct types of XML handling program code, XML Writers and XML Readers. An XML Writer is a subprogram that uses data passed to it to create an XML document and writes it to a data buffer.
Conversely, an XML Reader is a subprogram that parses XML data passed to it in a buffer and populates the corresponding program data structures. Thunder Suite™ is a highly productive and high ROI development tool that is must have for all professional developers working with XML documents.
XML Thunder Light
A free converter and XML/SOAP/JSON writer software tool
Convert any of XML, XSD, DTD, COBOL COPYBOOK or C header files with XML Thunder Lite
What can you do with XML Thunder Lite?
- Derive XML from COPYBOOK
- Derive COPYBOOK from XML
- Map XML, SOAP or JSON nodes to COPYBOOK fields
- Generate a COBOL program that will create an XML, SOAP or JSON from the mapped COPYBOOK fields
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Shelters developers from tedious XML programming so they can focus on the business logic
Easy to use with intuitive user interface greatly improves developer productivity
100% source code generation enables much faster development
High return on investment - use it on 1 program and the cost of the product is already saved
Generates XML processing subprograms for flexible architecture.
Easy understanding and manipulation of XML document and data structures via the user-friendly visual designer.
Fully automate COBOL and C source code generation for reading and writing XML documents.
Create your COBOL or C data structure from XML schema or a sample XML document, or easily map your COBOL or C data structure elements to your XML document nodes.