You love PDF. You hate making it.

ScriptoriumTech / DITA, Tools7 Comments

by David Kelly The DITA Open Toolkit uses FOP to create PDFs directly from XSL-FO.  There are many PDF features that XSL-FO and FOP cannot provide during this conversion—configuring PDF security features, for instance, and using EPS graphics. While attempting to provide better graphics for … Read More

Hacking the DITA Open Toolkit

Simon Bate / DITALeave a Comment

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) defines a set of XML elements for creating and organizing content. However, the DITA specification is silent on transforming DITA into user-readable documentation. The DITA Open Toolkit (DITA OT) fills that gap, providing a mechanism for transforming DITA content into … Read More

2010: A DITA Odyssey

Alan Pringle / DITA, WebinarsLeave a Comment

When you’re considering tools for authoring DITA content and creating output, there are many choices to evaluate. To make your journey toward DITA implementation easier, Scriptorium is offering free webinars in early 2010 to show you how three tools handle DITA-based information. On January 19, … Read More