Xeditor allows for outstanding content quality with maximum reusability
A large number of project participants such as authors, editors, and proofreaders work on editorial publications. Documents and manuscripts are usually created with different word processing programs and exchanged by email. The newer versions of these documents are often organized in confusing folder structures, which makes the review process time-consuming and any further processing is inefficient and error-prone.The digital age is driving a world of change for content usage, and provides significant opportunities to create more flexible offers.
Xeditor helps you pass documents and manuscripts on to other authors, editors, and proofreaders without any loss of quality or control. These can be edited from anywhere and by several people simultaneously. Teamwork is thus made easy and the review process is greatly simplified. All content is organized in XML format and standardized company-wide. This means that content can be published in any format (print, Epub, web, app, etc.) in a highly economical, fast, and error-free manner. Costly conversion processes throughout production are eliminated. Xeditor supports individual schemes (XSD, DTD) as well as standards such as JATS, TEI and DocBook. It can be easily integrated into existing systems such as CMS.
Intelligent author assistance
Standardization of content
Outstanding content quality
The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is a document format similar to the well-known DocBook. DITA is developed by IBM and OASIS as a free architecture and is available free of charge as a document type definition (DTD).
PI-Mod is an information model that is intended to cover the essential semantic information structures for user and service documentation. The information model provides a collection structure for the modular collection of information. It is largely implementation-independent to enable easy integration into content management systems (CMS).
DocBook is a document format that is defined in a document type definition (DTD) available for SGML and XML. It is particularly suitable for the creation of books, articles and documentation in the technical environment (hardware or software). DocBook is an open standard maintained by the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).