Fwd: XPublish beta (XML Web Publishing System)

Gerard Freriks gfrer at luna.nl
Wed Jan 7 23:25:10 GMT 1998

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>Subject: XPublish beta (XML Web Publishing System)
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>San Fransisco, CA, January 6, 1998 (MacWorld): Media Design in*Progress
>today announced XPublish, the first website publishing system for Mac that
>is based on the XML standard. Webmasters can use XPublish to efficiently
>develop and maintain middle sized and large websites to deploy on any
>platform. The XPublish application can be downloaded from:
>      <http://interaction.in-progress.com/xpublish>
>XPublish generates HTML pages from XML documents at publishing time. Thus,
>web developers can benefit from the efficiency and flexibility of XML when
>creating sites for todays browsers. XPublish gives web developers the
>advantages of one-source publishing without the overhead and complexity of
>a full SGML publishing system.
>The integrated Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) editor simplifies designing and
>maintaining a consistent presentation style for the site. XPublish
>automatically adds a style sheet to all published pages, and can optionally
>emulate CSS to suggest an appearance also for older browsers that don't
>support style sheets.
>Media Design in*Progress will release XPublish 1.0 shortly after the World
>Wide Web Consortium has made XML an official recommendation. The XML
>standard is currently in final review, and is expected to become an
>official W3C recommendation by January 19.
>Extensive Markup Langauage (XML) is an electronic publishing and data
>interchange format created and developed by the World Wide Web Consortium
>(W3C). It is technically a simplified dialect of the SGML text processing
>standard, on which HTML is an application. XML is intended for use on the
>World Wide Web, for vendor-neutral data interchange, media-independent
>(one-source) publishing, collaborative authoring, and processing of web
>documents by intelligent agents. A press release about XML is found at:
>Media Design in*Progress is a developer of professional web software based
>on open standards for webmasters, web designers and web publishers. Our
>flagship product is Interaction, the first application to use XML for
>dynamic social websites that adapt to the visitor. Media Design in*Progress
>also tailors web solutions to individual clients. The company is privately
>owned. Originally founded in Norway, Media Design in*Progress today has its
>headquarters in San Diego, California.
>-- Terje <Terje at 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
>   Make your Web Site a Social Place with Interaction!
>   Check out our web tools at <http://interaction.in-progress.com>
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