DITA Storm Developer for liunx


License: Free to try
Downloads: 6
Op. System: Linux
Last updated: 2008-12-17
File size: 2.17 MB
Publisher: Inmedius
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Web-based, DITA editor integrates into Web Application or Content Management System Full-featured, robust editing solution enables authors to quickly and easily create and edit DITA-compliant content in WYSIWYG mode regardless of their DITA or XML knowledge and experience. As easy to use as a word or text processing application, authors are able to create and edit content in a familiar environment. The Web-based editor is entirely implemented in JavaScript????? and simply embeds into virtually any CMS, ensuring the entire DITA documentation lifecycle is supported. The intuitive, context-sensitive environment ensures that content is created with speed and accuracy while eliminating the need for on-demand validation. Developer is 100% browser-based, requiring no timely or costly client installations or updates, and is completely customizable for a superior DITA user experience. With its flexible configuration, users customize the documents visual representation and specialize the final information structure to adhere to specific organization or industry requirements. Benefits Quickly and easily create DITA content Embed into existing CMS Avoid timely or costly software installations Work remotely from any location with Web access Customize to meet specific organizational needs Key Features WYSIWYG DITA XML Editing Easily Edit Content in WYSIWYG Mode Authors create and edit DITA-compliant content regardless of their DITA or XML knowledge. As easy-to-use as a word or text processing application the complexities of the underlying markup are hidden. Experts are given the option to work within the XML view to access the code, structure, tags, attributes and elements. Robust Editing Capabilities Rich editing functionality, includes; selection handling, copy-paste operations, context-sensitive menus, cursor movement, shortcut element creation and more.

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