XPublish 1.0 (XML Website Publishing)
From owner-xml-l@LISTSERV.HEA.IE Thu Mar 19 01:13:41 1998
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 22:58:35 -0800
Sender: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
From: Terje Norderhaug <terje@IN-PROGRESS.COM>
Subject: RELEASE: XPublish 1.0 (XML Website Publishing)
San Diego, CA, March 18, 1998: Media Design in*Progress today released
XPublish 1.0, the first website publishing system that is based on the XML
1.0 document standard. Webmasters can use XPublish to efficiently author,
publish and maintain middle sized and large websites to deploy on any
XPublish is first released on Macintosh, and will be available for other
platforms later this year. The XPublish application can be downloaded from:
XPublish is the first commercially available professional XML authoring and
publishing system. The application provides dialogs to create, inspect and
modify XML markup, liberating the author from detailed knowledge of the XML
specification. It provides an extendable markup editor resembling the
powerful Emacs editor, but with Mac ease of use. The editing environment is
dynamically tailored based on the document types and declarations of the
XPublish generates HTML pages from XML documents at publishing time. Thus,
web publishers can benefit from the efficiency and flexibility of XML when
creating sites for todays browsers. All XML content is maintained in an
object database for speed and concurrently as markup files for flexibility.
XPublish gives web developers the advantages of one-source publishing
without the overhead and complexity of full SGML.
The integrated Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) editor simplifies designing and
maintaining a consistent presentation style for websites. XPublish can
optionally emulate CSS for older browsers that don't support style sheets.
XPublish is listed at $495, but is currently available for an introductory
price of $245.
-- Terje <Terje@in-progress.com> | Media Design in*Progress
C a s c a d e... a comprehensive Cascading Style Sheets editor for Mac
XPublish - for efficient website publishing with XML
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