Building Publishing Systems with DITA

Building Publishing Systems with DITA Class Description Since its inception, DITA has rapidly gained acceptance as a standard document structure used in many XML-based content management and publishing systems. DITA is an XML schema developed primarily to support...

Using XSLT for Enterprise Publishing

Using XSLT for Enterprise Publishing Class Description One of the most powerful aspects of XML is the ability to easily translate data components from one format to another. Whether converting XML data to HTML for the Internet or to PDF for print output, XSLT plays an...

Building Publishing Systems with DocBook

Building Publishing Systems with DocBook Class Description One of the most common document structures used in XML-based content management and publishing systems today is DocBook. DocBook is an XML vocabulary developed primarily to support the documentation of books...

Encoding Finding Aids using EAD

Encoding Finding Aids using EAD Class Description Encoded Archival Description (EAD) is an XML vocabulary endorsed by the Society of American Archivists used to store metadata associated with archival finding aids. This workshop begins by providing an overview of the...