Adobe FrameMaker 11 software is a best-in-class authoring and publishing solution with one of the lowest transition costs and highest ROI for migration to XML. Use the new XML Code View to natively author structured content. Collaborate with PDF-based rou.
Adobe FrameMaker 11 software is a best-in-class authoring and publishing solution for XML and unstructured content. Use the new XML Code View to natively author structured content. Enrich content with Hotspots and enhanced 3D and video support. Use PDF-based roundtrip reviews. Efficiently manage content with out-of-the-box CMS integration.Adobe FrameMaker 11 is included in Adobe Technical Communication Suite 4.Key Features Native XML Code View?Dive directly into XML code using the Code View. Exercise complete control over XML documents with a host of editing features, including customized toolbars, inline attribute editor, automated tracking of errors, Intelliprompt of attributes and elements, search using XPath, and advanced XSLT features.Author View?Focus on writing without bothering about page breaks and text formatting. Use the Author View to speed up content creation prior to customizing appearance and output. XSLT 2.0 support?Create a variety of transformation scenarios by applying predefined or customized XSLT to XML files. Execute these transformations using a range of JAXP-compliant processors, such as Xalan and Saxon. Define the scope of the transformation?a file, all files of a folder, DITA map, or all children of a book. XPath 2.0 support?Eliminate the need to browse through numerous lines of XML code. Use the XPath Pod to find your elements and automatically apply functions to them. Customize your query builder, get suggestions, define the scope of queries, use the history dropdown feature, and save search results for greater productivity. Rapid authoring?Speed up XML authoring with a range of productivity features such as Intelliprompt of elements and attributes, template-based structure suggestions, automatic insertion of end tags, dynamic validation, and pretty printing. Work faster with large XML/DITA files and DITA maps in multiauthoring environments.