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Models and Environments for Document-based Interaction and Authoring MEDIA
AXEL allows the creation of custom Meaning-Enabled Authoring Tools for any type of document, that can be run inside modern browsers (Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, IE 8). Users can edit content and structure which is saved in an XML document, much like a form system allows to deploy form input. For instance, as shown in the distribution, it is straighforward to create a template for editing a Curriculum Vitae, or to create a template for editing scientific publications following the ACM format.
The system supports the creation of different types of editing user interfaces, from document-centric user interfaces that look like a printed document, to more data-centric user interfaces that look like a form.
For each type of document to edit, you simply need to create an XTiger XML template. The template is an XHTML document extended with a few elements and attributes that constrain the editing process and map the output to an XML target content model.