XML – eXtensible Markup Language

A markup language, like HTML, but designed to describe data. XML defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a human-readable and machine-readable format. The language is extensible in that it allows the creation of customized tags. Data is stored in plain text, so it can be transmitted, stored, validated and shared between applications and organizations, independent of hardware or software constraints. XML is one of the many data source types that Izenda can consume using Izenda Fusion.