Location: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/367187426 Date: 11 Mar 2011 - 10:00 - 10:30 Event Type: Webinar It s time for the next installment of the DITAMessage 1 of 1 , Mar 7, 2011View SourceDate:11 Mar 2011 - 10:00 - 10:30Event Type:Webinar
It's time for the next installment of the DITA OT in the Arbortext Monster Garage.
In the first session on Arbortext and the DITA OT (last month), shop coach Mark Giffin from Mark Giffin Consulting, Inc., explained the basics of how Arbortext works with the DITA Open Toolkit.
In our next session, this Friday at 10 AM Pacific, Mark's back to show How It's Done. See the code, understand how the DITA OT works and where your editing tool fits in. In this session, we will show the ACL code that you can download, install, and use to execute the DITA OT from inside Arbortext Editor.
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About the Arbortext Monster Garage:
There are a million “Uber Geeky” things you can do in Arbortext. Arbortext is a mature platform: The entire set of tools works together. Arbortext is open: The entire UI and publishing pipeline is 100% available through a well-tested API. The possibilities are enormous for anyone who wants to do new, interesting, over-the-top things with their product information.
In this web series, we feature the Open API and the “geeky” things you can do with Arbortext. It's interactive, and you’ll find knowledgeable mechanics, here. All Monster Garage sessions are 30 minutes start-to-finish, but you can hang around and ask the coaches questions for nearly as long as you like.
Put on your shop coat, because here we go….
About Single-Sourcing Solutions
Single-Sourcing Solutions is a reseller of PTC's Arbortext and Mathcad products. We help you solve your product information delivery challenges so that you can boost revenue and expand your global presence. We resell, implement and train clients on the PTC Arbortext product suite. We specialize in XML authoring and publishing with particular attention to DITA and S1000D standards. We have deep experience with Antenna House, have used nearly every XML editor out there, and have built tools (like the ones we're showing today) integrating the DITA Open Tool Kit.