Learn everything you need to know about XSLT and FrameMaker in this blog post by Jang F.M. Graat. Make the most of FrameMaker’s XSLT support – including choice of XSLT processors, using parameters, adapting smart paste behavior, running XSLT from ExtendScript or in code view, and installing another XSLT processor version in your FrameMaker environment.
Throughout the years there have been quite a few changes to the tools and standards being used within the TechComm industry. For about 25 years or so, I have been able to witness the growth of some of the most effective methods available to create, manage and publish content. For a long time, content was […]
Technical documentation is of increasing importance for the customer journey that companies offer their clients and prospects. The XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager is the solution for organizations breaking down the barriers between technical and marketing content. The importance of structured content is growing. As a result, the task of structured content authoring […]
We’re often asked, if there are free demo video courses for FrameMaker and FrameMaker Publishing Server available. We heard you – and Adobe Solutions Consulting Manager Dustin Vaughn has created five video courses for you. Access them for free, lay back and enjoy and learn everything you need to know to get started with Adobe […]
Read how Thomas Risi, Head of Documentation Core Lab at Roche Diagnostics, and Martin Schlicksupp, CEO of commatec, successfully migrated to an XML-based structure with FrameMaker, reduced production by half, and improved the customer experience in our new Customer Success Story.
Starting with the next TCTrainNet course in September 2017, all participants in TCTrainNet will have the opportunity to benefit from a latest full version of Adobe’s FrameMaker. While studying the training unit on “The DITA Standard for Technical Communication,” participants will further have the chance to practice some hands-on learning with the latest version of Adobe FrameMaker.