Electronic Publishing Standards: 1999 FORECASTS

Boeri, Robert J.; Hensel, Martin
January 1999
EMedia Professional;Jan1999, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Forecasts electronic publishing standards for 1999 in the United States. Trends in document management and Extensible Markup Language (XML); Suitability of XML on Web delivery; Provisions of the XML; Production of formatted renditions of XML-encoded document; Creation of links between document elements in XML.


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