Daxe is an XML editor for the web. It works in the same way as Jaxe, using a configuration file to define a GUI for each element of a given XML language. Like Jaxe, Daxe provides a graphical user interface, but it tries to be WYSIWYM rather than WYSIWYG.
In itself, Daxe is not very useful, because it cannot open or save a local file (because of browser restrictions). It needs to be included into a larger system like a CMS. Daxe is now integrated into WebJaxe, to provide an alternative to edition with the Jaxe applet. But it could be used in other systems, hence the separate release of the code.
Daxe is using a whole HTML document, using the URL to read parameters. It can be included in an iframe to fit inside a larger document.
Upon saving, the server script receives a POST request with the path of the document in the chemin parameter and its content in the contenu parameter. It replies with the text ok if no error occured, or a string starting with erreur if there was an error.
Although it doesn't have as many features (especially anything requesting an access to local files), Daxe was designed to look like Jaxe, and use Jaxe configuration files. So Jaxe documentation can be used as well :
As with Jaxe, it is possible to create new display types for elements. Since the programming language is not the same, it doesn't work in the same way.
Extensions have to be written in Dart. A new display type can be added by calling the addDisplayType function in the daxe library. Two constructors have to be provided to create a new DaxeNode (the equivalent of JaxeElement with Jaxe): one with a simple reference to the element in the schema (for new nodes), and one using a DOM node to create the node from an existing document.
Menu functions can also be added with addCustomFunction.