In the late ’50s, my mom worked for the library at a large Canadian university. One day the library received an official letter from the U.S.S.R. asking the library to please return the Soviet Union’s encyclopedia for “revisions.”
What DITA elements are available for syntax diagrams? And how does one go about using them?
Using DITA to create slide decks has a number of advantages over PowerPoint.
A few weeks ago, I described some of the issues we faced in producing a PDF of Content Strategy 101 from DITA sources. Time and space didn’t permit me to finish the list of changes out. Now I can.
In which we bend PDF publishing to our will. Eventually.
We’ve been in our “new” offices in Durham for about a year now. Overall, I’m quite happy to be here, nice building, good restaurants for lunch, lock on the door to keep sales people out…all those things.
Simon Bate provides a planning framework for implementing an XML-based structured authoring environment.
When Sarah asked me if I wanted to present at the tcworld India conference in Bangalore, I didn’t hesitate a moment before saying “Sure!”
Out of the box, the DITA Open Toolkit (OT) looks like it’s localization-ready. It handles the XML attribute xml:lang. It contains strings for more than 50 localizations. So it would seem that all you have to do is specify the language in your DITA files … Read More
In this webcast, Simon Bate provides a “gentle introduction” to the DITA Open Toolkit (OT), the standard way to generate deliverables from DITA documents. This presentation shows how anyone can install the OT. A tour of the contents and how the plugin architecture works is … Read More