Visual DocBook Editor

With oXygen you can edit Docbook 4 and Docbook 5 documents in a user-friendly and productive manner. The publishing tool includes transformation scenarios for producing WebHelp, EPUB, PDF, or plain HTML.
  • DocBook Editing
    oXygen includes DocBook DTDs, XML catalog, XSL stylesheets, and document templates that allow you to immediately start creating DocBook documents in an interface similar to a word processor (WYSIWYG). DocBook documents can be converted to HTML, PDF, or PostScript and supports intelligent XML editing, validation, and content completion assistance.
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    DocBook Editing
  • Content Review and Change Tracking
    Collaboration is the key to the success of up-to-date and top quality documentation. Using oXygen, editors and reviewers can work together seamlessly, adding comments, seeing each others changes, and searching for reviews.
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    Content Review and Change Tracking
  • Content Re-Use and Profiling
    The ability to re-use the same content in multiple documents, and to apply conditional profiling, are important features for content authors. oXygen also allows you to create XInclude content references and define profiling condition sets.
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    Content Reuse and Profiling
  • Single Source DocBook Publishing
    Single-Source DocBook Publishing
    With oXygen you can transform your DocBook documents into multiple formats (HTML, EPUB, PDF), or even into a feedback-enabled or mobile-friendly WebHelp system. Writing and publishing documents in DocBook is now a simple task.
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Video Tutorials
" oXygen XML Editor is the premier text editor for XML geeks, and an indispensable tool for O'Reilly's Production group. My team uses oXygen XML Editor for everything from simple XML editing to Schema validation and XSLT transformations. The digital production staff especially loves oXygen's built-in EPUB support, which eliminates a great deal of the grunt work that is usually entailed in editing EPUB files. The more we use oXygen, the more realize what a powerful tool it can be in digital and XML-based workflows."
Adam Witwer
Director of Content and Publishing Operations
O'Reilly Media