Xeditor: New DITA release 1.1
The new DITA release supports the automation of DITA specializations such as company-specific items, topics and attributes. They can be used without modification in the editor and do not need to be configured.
The usability of the new release has been improved by optimizing the toolbar elements on the Xeditor user interface corresponding to typical user behaviour. Frequently used commands can now be accessed with fewer steps. The new document design has a more readable font and user-friendly colors. In addition, the distances between the lines have been optimized and unified.
The new XML preview allows users to see the underlying XML as a read-only window parallel to the WYSIWYG editor. As the user makes changes in the editor, the XML preview is updated in real-time. Users will find this particularly useful for editing and authoring complex documents.
The new DITA release can be tested in the live demo on the website.
Xeditor, the web-based WYSIWYG editor, allows authors to create and edit XML documents intuitively without any technical knowledge. Xeditor effortlessly integrates into other pre-existing systems (CMS, PIM, etc.) and is fully customizable. Xeditor supports DITA 1.2.
- Publishers and Media houses
- Technical Documentation
- Corporate Publishing
- Universities, educational institutions, mail order industry, etc.
IDG, Wolters Kluwer, De Gruyter, Michael Page, Bibliomundi, publishone etc
CrossMediaForum (Munich, Germany, June, 30 2016), Frankfurt Bookfair (Frankfurt, Germany, October, 19-23, 2016), LavaCon (Las Vegas, USA, October, 26-29, 2016), tcworld conference (Stuttgart, Germany, November, 8-11, 2016), CMS/DITA Europe (Munich, Germany, November, 14-15, 2016).
Appsoft Technologies, an innovative and dynamic company in Munich, offers among other things software solutions for XML based jobs and publishing. The development of modern and open software architectures allows flexible and tailor-made customer solutions. Appsoft provides Xeditor, the web-based XML editor and Xpublisher, with the XML editing system.