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Re: XML/HTML editors with a DOM based plugin API?

From: Terje Norderhaug <terje@in-progress.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 10:33:41 -0800
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To: www-dom@w3.org
At 3:52 AM 2/2/00, Miles Sabin wrote:
>As per the subject line: are there any WYSIWYG XML/HTML/CSS
>editors with a DOM based plugin API (binding language not that
>important, but preferably java)? If not, are there any vendors
>planning such a thing?

The Emilé XML editor <http://www.in-progress.com> has a DOM1 based plugin
API. DOM can also be used when writing scripts for the application. The
next release of Emilé is likely to support DOM2 (I am working on it right
this instance).

The same DOM interface can also be used with our other web software,
included the Interaction web server companion and XPublish XML website
publishing system. All these applications are implemented in Common LISP
and can be extended using scripts or compiled code in the same language.
The DOM binding for Common LISP is documented at:

  http://interaction.in-progress.com/developer/dom/

Emilé and our other XML software are deliberately not WYSIWYG. I am a firm
believer in separating content from presentation.

-- Terje <terje@in-progress.com> | Media Design in*Progress

   Software for Mac Web Professionals at <http://www.in-progress.com>
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Received on Wednesday, 2 February 2000 13:30:33 GMT

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