• Oxygen XML Editor

      Oxygen XML Editor is a cross platform tool setting the standard in XML editing. This advanced XML editor provides the most intuitive tools for XML editing, authoring, and development. It is the preferred choice for users looking for an XML Editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
    • XML Editor

      Oxygen XML Editor is a cross platform tool setting the standard in XML editing. This advanced XML editor provides the most intuitive tools for XML editing, authoring and conversion, XSL, XSLT, XQuery, XML Schema, DTD, Relax NG and Schematron development, SOAP and WSDL.
    • Oxygen XML Developer

      Oxygen introduces an edition specially tuned for developers. It provides a simple and intelligent interface oriented to XML & schema editing. Oxygen XML Developer is derived from the Oxygen XML Editor IDE. Its main features focus on XML source editing, schema designer, and XSLT Editing/Debugging.
    • Oxygen XML Web Author

      Oxygen XML Web Author takes advantage of the state-of-the-art Oxygen authoring technology to bring XML editing and reviewing to any modern web browser. You can collaborate with other members of your team to contribute and modify content from anywhere on desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. The adaptive and innovative user interface is designed to allow you to interact with XML content in the most efficient and productive way possible.
    • Oxygen WebHelp for DITA and DocBook

      Oxygen offers built-in support to create online documentation for DITA and DocBook and it includes several variants to suit your specific needs. This website-friendly presentation of the XML content includes a variety of innovative features and customization options. Its advantages include platform independence, ability to update content continuously, and it can be viewed using a regular web browser.
    • Oxygen Content Fusion

      Oxygen Content Fusion is a flexible, intuitive collaboration platform designed to adapt to virtually any type of workflow that a collaborative team may use for their documentation life cycle. It allows a Content Author to simply create a task, add documents that need to be reviewed, upload the task, and share a link to the task with Reviewers. The Reviewers simply follow a link to open the task in their browser where they can access the uploaded documents to review, add comments, or contribute changes. They can communicate with the Content Author and other Reviewers directly from the Oxygen Content Fusion browser interface. Ultimately, the Content Author has access to a built-in merge tool that allows them to automatically integrate all of the changes back into Oxygen XML Editor or Oxygen XML Author.
    • Take a tour

      Oxygen Content Fusion is a flexible, intuitive collaboration platform designed to adapt to virtually any type of workflow that a collaborative team may use for their documentation review process. Every team has their own specific methods of collaborating, but Oxygen Content Fusion was designed to be flexible enough that it can be used and integrated into any documentation workflow.
    • Evaluate for Free

      Seeing the list of benefits, taking the tour, and watching the demo video is all helpful, but nothing compares to experiencing the actual product for yourself. If you are a Content Author with a licensed copy of Oxygen XML Editor/Author, see first-hand how Oxygen Content Fusion can improve your documentation review process by trying it free for 60 days.
    • Oxygen XML SDK

      In this section you can find resources for developers that need to extend or integrate Oxygen into their applications.
    • Oxygen SDK Support

      The Oxygen SDK Support page is meant to be a single destination where all registered developer partners can ask questions about the SDK, get help with specific problems, and receive general technical support. You can search our SDK documentation, browse public forums and mailing discussions, or contact our technical team.
    • Eclipse IDE Integration

      This additional API is provided for easily accessing the opened XML Editors from your own Eclipse plugins.
    • XML Editor for Mac OSX

      Oxygen is the best XML editor available for Mac, targeting a large number of users ranging from beginners to XML experts. It is the only XML tool that supports all of the XML schema languages. The XSLT and XQuery support is enhanced with powerful debuggers and performance profilers. You can use Oxygen XML Editor to work with all XML-based technologies, including XML databases, XProc pipelines, and web services.
    • Features

      Oxygen XML Editor has a large number of features regarding the editing of the XML-related documents. You can find a detailed list of them here.
      • Visual (WYSIWYG) XML Editors

        Oxygen offers CSS-based, out-of-the-box visual editing support for a number of important XML documentation frameworks (DITA, DocBook, TEI, XHTML). Also, if you are planning to use other types of XML documents, an API is available for customizing Oxygen.
        • Generic Visual XML Editor

          Oxygen allows you to visually edit any XML document. By default, Oxygen includes out-of-the-box capabilities for content review, change tracking, profiling, and conditional text, all of which are independent from XML vocabulary. Driven by CSS stylesheets, Oxygen is simple to use and highly customizable.
          • Customizable XML Editor

            The Author mode in Oxygen XML Editor offers you a productive way to author XML documents, in a manner similar to using a word processor. Oxygen can easily be customized to visually edit any XML document according to your organizational needs and preferences.
          • User-Friendly XML Visual Editing

            Oxygen makes XML document authoring much easier than editing with an unstructured word processing application. Oxygen keeps your documents more organized and efficient by only allowing valid structure and eliminating the need to encode semantics into arbitrary styling. It also reduces the time used in editing content by guiding the author through the process.
          • Built-in Table Support

            Oxygen offers built-in support for both CALS and HTML table models. If your XML vocabulary adheres to one of those models, Oxygen will automatically detect the table elements and structure the content in a tabular fashion. If your XML vocabulary uses other table standards, you can use the standard W3C CSS table styling properties in the associated stylesheet.
          • Review Tools

            Oxygen includes a variety of helpful review tools that improve your ability to collaborate with other members of your team. The review features include the ability to track changes, mark content for various reasons, add comments or comment threads in your content, manage the review features, and to search comments or changes.
          • Profiling/Conditional Text

            Profiling text is a way to mark blocks of text meant to appear in some renditions of the document but not in others. For example, you can mark a section of a document that is to be included in a manual to be designated for 'expert' users and another section for 'novice' users, while unmarked sections are included in all renditions.
          • Constant Validation

            Keeping the content valid at all times is a top priority. As a result, Oxygen will automatically reject actions that will make the document invalid and propose solutions to keep the document valid. Document validation is performed automatically each time the document is changed.
        • DITA Editor

          Oxygen offers advanced DITA editing support, covering DITA 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 standards, and allows users with limited knowledge of XML to edit DITA documents in a visual interface (similar to a WYSIWYG word processor). The DITA Open Toolkit publishing engine comes bundled with the application.
          • DITA Editing

            Oxygen includes out-of-the box support for DITA (including DITA specializations), such as specific actions, full table support, content completion assistance, and dynamic conversion from Office applications to DITA when copying and pasting content.
          • DITA Maps Manager

            DITA maps are key components for authoring DITA content. Managing these files and their referenced topics is an important feature for a DITA editor.
          • Content Review and Change Tracking

            Collaboration is a key to success for up-to-date and top quality documentation. Using Oxygen, authors and reviewers can work together seamlessly, adding comments, seeing each others changes, and searching reviews.
          • Content Re-Use

            Content re-use is an important feature of DITA documentation. Oxygen offers support for content re-use by allowing you to create content references and conditional text.
          • Profiling/Conditional Text

            Oxygen offers full support for DITA conditional text processing. Profiling attributes can be managed easily to filter content in the published output. You can toggle between different profile sets in the Author mode to see what will be included in the output.
          • Single-Source DITA Publishing

            Oxygen includes the industry standard DITA Open Toolkit for converting from DITA maps to final output (PDF, CHM, EPUB, etc.) Oxygen also offers out-of-the-box support for generating high quality feedback-enabled or mobile-friendly WebHelp.
          • Editor Extensibility

            You can extend the DITA functionality of Oxygen by changing the CSS files, by defining a broader set of operations and actions, or by creating plugins.
        • Visual DocBook Editor

          With Oxygen, you can edit Docbook 4 and Docbook 5 documents (including 5.1) in a user-friendly and productive manner. The publishing tool includes transformation scenarios for producing WebHelp, EPUB, PDF, or plain HTML.
          • Content Review and Change Tracking

            Collaboration is a key to success for up-to-date and top quality documentation. Using Oxygen, authors and reviewers can work together seamlessly, adding comments, seeing each others changes, and searching reviews.
          • 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.
          • Single-Source DocBook Publishing

            With Oxygen, you can transform your DocBook documents into multiple common 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.
        • Visual TEI Editor

          Oxygen XML Editor includes TEI DTDs and stylesheets. Writing and publishing TEI documents is very easy with Oxygen since its user interface is similar to a word processing application (WYSIWYG).
          • Content Review and Change Tracking

            Collaboration is a key to success for up-to-date and top quality documentation. Using Oxygen, authors and reviewers can work together seamlessly, adding comments, seeing each others changes, and searching reviews.
        • Visual XHTML Editor

          XHTML (Extensible Hyper Text Markup Language) is a more strict and clean version of HTML, written as XML. Oxygen XML Editor includes schemas, catalogs, and templates for XHTML. You can create documents conforming to either transitional or strict XHTML DTDs. Along with editing in Text mode, Oxygen also offers a user interface similar to a classic word processing application (WYSIWYG) tuned for XHTML editing.
      • Review Tools

        Oxygen includes a variety of helpful review tools that improve your ability to collaborate with other members of your team. The review features include the ability to track changes, mark content for various reasons, add comments or comment threads in your content, manage the review features, and to search comments or changes.
      • Review Tools

        Oxygen includes a variety of helpful review tools that improve your ability to collaborate with other members of your team. The review features include the ability to track changes, mark content for various reasons, add comments or comment threads in your content, manage the review features, and to search comments or changes.
      • XML Editor

        The XML Editor in Oxygen is a complete XML development platform with support for all major XML-related standards. An XML file can be edited in the following modes: Text, Grid, and Author editing modes. data sheetflyer
        • Intelligent XML Editing

          The context-sensitive Content Completion Assistant changes the way you edit documents and helps you to keep your content valid at all times.
        • Extensible XML Editor

          Oxygen XML Editor uses the Document Type Association concept to provide ready-to-use support for a framework or XML language. The Document Type Association concept is used in Oxygen XML Editor to provide built-in support for the most popular XML frameworks (DITA, DocBook, XHTML, TEI, etc.) More importantly, it can be used to provide support for a custom user-defined framework that can be shared with others.
        • XML Grid Editor

          The OxygenGrid editing mode allows you to edit repetitive XML content in a special layout that is similar to a spreadsheet application, without the need to interact with markup.
        • XML Outline View

          Oxygen XML Editor includes a powerful Outline view that is automatically synchronized with the document changes.
        • XInclude Support

          Oxygen XML Editor supports XInclude, a standard for merging pieces of XML content, resulting in a single composite XML information set.
        • XML Validation and Well-Formedness Check

          XML validation can be done by checking documents against a schema. Oxygen XML Editor supports validation against XML Schema, DTD, Schematron, and Relax NG schemas.
        • XML Formatting and Indentation

          Oxygen includes formatting and indentation features that allow you to arrange XML documents in an organized and consistent manner.
        • Multi-Lingual Editing Support

          Oxygen XML Editor supports a large number of languages and text encodings. For example, Unicode 4 is fully supported in both the Text and Author modes.
        • XPath Support

          An XPath expression is a mechanism for navigating through, and selecting nodes from, an XML document. XPath versions 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 are supported.
        • XML Digital Signature and XML Canonicalization

          Oxygen includes a tool for creating and checking digital signatures for both enveloped and detached signatures. The enveloped signatures are stored in the signed document, while the detached ones are stored in a separate file.

          A digital signature is a requirement when exchanging information on an untrusted network. Since XML is used for content storage, it is important to be able to digitally sign the XML files or messages.
        • Helper Views

          There is a set of views, located by default at the side of the editing area, to help you with XML editing. They display the structure of currently edited XML elements, as well as the available attributes and entities.
      • Oxygen WebHelp for DITA and DocBook

        Oxygen offers support for transforming DITA and DocBook resources into WebHelp output. WebHelp consists of a series of HTML pages, neatly integrated into a system that offers table of contents, index navigation, text search capabilities, and various delivery formats (including feedback-enabled systems).

        A WebHelp system is the result of running a transformation scenario. However, if you require an automated process that produces the WebHelp output, the same result can be obtained by running the transformation inside Oxygen XML WebHelp Plugin, which is a command-line interface application that requires its own license key.

      • XSLT

        The Oxygen XSLT support offers the best XSLT Editor available, an intuitive XSLT Debugger, a powerful XSLT Documentation tool, and a wide range of actions designed to refactor or reorganize the content of XSLT stylesheets.
        • XSLT Editor

          The XSLT Editor in Oxygen is the favorite choice of XSLT developers everywhere. With Oxygen XSLT Editor, you can easily create, edit, test, and validate XSLT documents.
          • Stylesheets Editing Support

            Editing XSLT stylesheets in Oxygen is facilitated by the Content Completion Assistant, the XSLT components Outline view, and the XSLT/XQuery Input document view.
          • Validating XSLT Stylesheets

            Oxygen offers enhanced XSLT validation abilities with the support of multiple XSLT processors, as-you-type validation, and batch validation.
          • XSLT Transformation

            With Oxygen, you benefit from ready-to-use transformation scenarios, the most common Java XSLT engines, and support for previewing transformation results.
          • XSLT Search and Refactoring

            Oxygen includes a variety of search and refactoring actions that help improve the way you edit XSLT stylesheets. They offer support to reorganize your stylesheets, context-sensitive refactoring actions, rename and search actions, and more.
        • XSL / XSLT Debugger

          Oxygen XSLT Debugger helps you spot possible bugs in your XSL stylesheets using the most common XSLT transformation engines, Saxon and Xalan.
          • XSLT Debugging Perspective

            Oxygen provides a special layout for the debugging mode. It displays the XML source and the XSLT stylesheet side by side, and also offers dedicated XSLT debugging views and toolbars.
          • Performance Profiling of XSLT Stylesheet

            Using the XSLT profiler feature is essential to helping you to save time identifying performance issues, ensuring that the XSLT transformation is more scalable and performs better.
        • XSL:FO (Formatting Objects) Editor

          Oxygen XML Editor offers intelligent support for FO editing and FO transformations which makes it ideal for developing XML-based publishing applications.
      • XML Schema

        Oxygen offers powerful tools that allow you to design, develop, and edit XML Schemas. These tools include the Text editing mode (packed full of helpers), intuitive and expressive visual schema designer mode, XML Instance Generator, and an XML Schema Documentation tool to output high quality documentation.
        • XML Schema (XSD) Editor

          The Oxygen XML Schema editor offers powerful content completion support, a quick assist tool that is always ready to provide hints, a Components Presenter view, and multiple refactoring actions.
        • Visual XML Schema Diagram Editor (Design Mode)

          XML Schemas enable document designers to specify the allowed structure and content of an XML document. Oxygen provides a powerful and expressive schema diagram editor (Design mode) for editing XML Schemas.
        • XML Schema 1.1 Support

          Oxygen enhances its XML Schema features to include XSD 1.1 capabilities. The full 1.1 specification is implemented so you can edit and validate 1.1 schemas in both the Text and Design modes.
        • XML Instance Generator

          Oxygen XML instance generator can quickly generate a large set of XML document samples based on a given XML Schema (version 1.0 or 1.1).
        • XML Schema Documentation

          The Oxygen XML Schema documentation tool allows you to easily generate full documentation for the XML Schema content models, including comprehensive diagrams, annotations, and cross references.
      • WSDL (Web Services Description Language)

        Oxygen offers a WSDL Editor that supports both editing and online testing. You can use a wide range of searching and refactoring actions and a powerful WSDL documentation tool integrated with XML Schema documentation.
        • WSDL Editor

          The WSDL editor provides support to check whether a WSDL document is valid, a specialized Content Completion Assistant, a component-oriented Outline view, and searching and refactoring operations.
        • WSDL Refactoring

          Oxygen offers a wide range of actions designed to refactor/reorganize the content of WSDL documents. You can quickly find the declaration of a component, where it is referenced, and rename it using dedicated operations.
        • WSDL SOAP Analyzer

          After defining the descriptor, you can verify whether the defined messages are accepted by the Web Services server. Oxygen provides two ways of testing, one for the currently edited WSDL file and another for the remote WSDL files that are published on a web server.
        • WSDL Documentation

          The Oxygen WSDL Documentation tool allows you to easily generate full documentation for the WSDL components in HTML format, including comprehensive annotations and cross references. You can generate a brief documentation listing the services, bindings, port types, and messages defined in the WSDL documents.
      • Ant

        The support for editing Ant build files in Oxygen provides automatic validation, specialized content completion, helpful component-oriented views, and various search and refactoring operations.
        • Ant Editor

          The Ant editor provides a variety of specialized features to assist you with creating and editing Ant build files.
        • Validating Ant Build Files

          Oxygen automatically validates Ant build files as you type and performs the validation with the help of a built-in processor, which is largely based on the Apache Ant libraries.
      • XQuery

        XQuery is intended for labeling information extracted from multiple structured sources, such as XML documents, object repositories, and databases. Oxygen offers support for editing, executing, and debugging XQuery documents.
        • XQuery Editor

          While editing XQuery documents, Oxygen offers you features such as content completion assistance, validation, execution, and generation of HTML documentation.
        • XQuery Debugger

          Full debugging support similar with the XSLT Debugger. Oxygen XML Editor helps you find and fix the bugs that may be present in your XQuery documents.
        • XQuery Builder

          The XPath/XQuery builder is a powerful sandbox tool designed to aid you in building, re-using, and testing XQuery snippets.
      • JSON

        JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation, is a lightweight text-based open standard designed for human-readable data interchange. It is derived from the JavaScript scripting language for representing simple data structures and associative arrays, called objects.
        • JSON Editor

          Oxygen provides a specialized JSON editor with a variety of editing features and helper views. A Grid editing mode is also available to display JSON documents as a structured layout of nested tables.
        • JSON Validation

          Oxygen provides a powerful validation assistant for checking if JSON documents are well formed and for validating them against a custom JSON schema associated with a JSON instance.
        • JSON Transformations and Queries

          Oxygen provides the ability to transform JSON documents to XML or HTML through XSLT processing. You also have access to some powerful tools for querying JSON through XQuery or XPath expressions.
        • JSON Converter

          Oxygen provides a tool for converting an XML structure to corresponding valid JSON data and another tool for converting JSON data to an XML structure. An add-on is also available that gives you the ability to convert multiple files at once.
      • Markdown Editor

        Oxygen provides a built-in Markdown editor that allows you to convert Markdown syntax to HTML or DITA and it includes a preview panel to help you visualize the final output. Aside from the plain text syntax that is common amongst most Markdown applications, the editor in Oxygen also integrates many other powerful features that content authors are accustomed to using for other types of documents.
      • XProc Support

        Oxygen includes support for editing XProc scripts, validating them, running the scripts for transformations, configuring extensions for the built-in Calabash engine, and integrating external XProc engines.
      • Content Management System (CMS) Integration

        Oxygen XML Editor offers out-of-the-box integration with various content management systems, such as Microsoft SharePoint, and any WebDAV-enabled CMS. Also, all major CMS vendors listed in the Partners page provide integrations between Oxygen and their solutions.
        • Microsoft(R) SharePoint CMS Integration

          The Oxygen XML Editor integration with the Microsoft SharePoint includes repository browsing, check-out and check-in support, and transparent access to resources (open, edit save).
      • Oxygen Compare and Merge Tools

        Oxygen provides a simple means of performing file and folder comparisons. The complete XML diff and merge solution offers directory, file, 3-way, and XML fragment comparisons, six different algorithms, and multiple levels of comparison.
      • Subversion (SVN) Client

        Oxygen XML Editor simplifies document sharing between content authors by including an Apache SubversionTM (SVN) client. The SVN client allows you to browse repositories, check for changes, commit changes, update your working copy, and examine the revision history.
      • Other Features

        Oxygen includes a plethora of other useful and unique features. This section describes some of those other features.
        • Microsoft® Office - Office Open XML (OOXML)

          Oxygen XML Editor offers support for editing, transforming, and validating documents composed through the Office Open XML (OOXML) package directly through the archive support. This support is also available for other types of zipped files.
        • Open Document Format (ODF)

          Oxygen XML Editor allows you to extract, validate, edit, and process XML data stored in Open Document Format (ODF) files and other ZIP-based archive. These capabilities allow you to use data from ODF documents, through validation and transformations, in other file formats.
        • EPUB 2.0 and 3.0 Support

          Oxygen allows you to change, extract, validate, and process data stored in EPUB files. These capabilities allow you to transform and pack files into EPUB, or even process data from EPUB documents using XSLT or XQuery.
        • Image Map Editor

          Oxygen includes support for using image maps in DITA, DocBook, TEI, and XHTML documents.
        • SVG Editor

          The SVG support allows you to develop scalable graphics that are edited or generated through XSLT.
        • CSS Editor

          The CSS Editor in Oxygen XML Editor allows you to edit and validate CSS or LESS files.
        • XML Refactoring Tool

          The XML Refactoring tool assists you with various refactoring tasks that cannot be resolved with a traditional Find/Replace operation.
        • Advanced Searches for Resources

          The Open/Find Resource view allows you to perform advanced search operations, ranging from simple text searches to complex queries that involve wildcards or boolean operators.

        • Miscellaneous

          Spell checking, document templates, syntax highlighting, and much more.
        • Project Support

          Oxygen XML Editor helps you organize your XML-related files into projects. Accordingly, you can perform batch operations (such as validation and transformation) over sets of files. Another feature is that Oxygen allows you to share your project settings and transformation scenarios with your co-workers.
        • Oxygen XML Plugin for Eclipse

          The editor is available as a plugin for the Eclipse IDE. All the main features of the standalone editor are available.
      • Oxygen XML Feature Matrix

        The list of the differences between Enterprise and Professional/Academic editions of Oxygen XML Editor. There is a single installation kit for all editions. Different license types are activating different features.

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      • Migrating other document types to DITA
      • Creating document templates with authoring hints
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      • Various helpful refactoring actions
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      In this Webinar we will present an in-depth view of our documentation workflow to show real world use-cases of how you can use Oxygen products to efficiently and thoroughly collaborate with everyone involved in the documentation process. Some of the details that will be discussed include:
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      • Using an issue tracking application (such as JIRA) for collaboration between all departments
      • Using Oxygen Content Fusion for collaboration between the documentation team and developers
      • Using Oxygen XML Web Author for collaboration between the support team and documentation team
      • Using a combination of tools (JIRA, GitHub, Web Author) for collaboration between the quality assurance team and documentation team
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      • Easily converting between DITA topic types
      • Automatically updating references to DITA resources using "Master Files" support
      • Using the "DITA Reusable Components" view to quickly find keys and insert references
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      • Various features in Oxygen that I use as a technical writer to get the most out of DITA authoring.
    • Events Webinar: Multimedia support in Oxygen

      Multimedia content is essential for present-day systems and Oxygen provides support for rendering video and playing audio files directly in its user interface. Additionally, Oxygen can render animated and interactive SVG drawings, and you can interact with the SVG objects directly in the Author mode. Oxygen also offers a graphical editor for creating interactive image maps for DITA, DocBook, TEI ,and XHTML documents. Join us to find out just how easy it is to create modern content with Oxygen and offer it to the world in HTML5-based output formats, such as WebHelp!
    • Events Webinar: Unit testing XSLT with XSpec and Oxygen

      A key requirement for an XSLT project is the ability to write unit tests since these tests ensure that you don't alter existing functionality during the project's lifespan. The XSpec framework is a great tool for writing these tests, which is why we integrated it into Oxygen a few years ago. Recently, a new XSpec version was released (0.5.0) and we have also integrated that into Oxygen. In this presentation, I will cover:
      • A short presentation of the XSpec framework
      • How to create and execute XSpec test scenarios in Oxygen
      • An Oxygen plugin designed to speedup scenario development
    • Events Webinar: Working with Oxygen projects

      Oxygen XML Editor provides support for working with projects, allowing you to organize your files so you can easily access resources relevant to a project. More than this, Oxygen projects give you batch operations that can be performed on all or selected resources and most of the options can be set at the project level, thus facilitating sharing them with your team.
    • Events Webinar: Getting started with DITA using Oxygen XML Editor

      This webinar focuses on introductory concepts of working with DITA documents in Oxygen XML Editor, covering everything from creating DITA maps and topics from scratch to basic publishing using out-of-the-box scenarios. You will also learn how to edit simple topics, create cross references, insert images and tables and how to benefit from intelligent features such as smart paste and validate, and check for completeness.
    • Events Webinar: Minimizing DITA implementation using Oxygen XML

      Free webinar by Metapercept and Syncro Soft on DITA-XML using Oxygen XML for Indian Technical Writer’s community. During this free one-hour webinar, we'll introduce you to DITA and guide you through creating, managing, and publishing content using Oxygen XML.
    • Events Webinar: Guided authoring - enforcing editing rules

      When editing documents there are various rules that you want your content authors to follow, such as grammar rules, document structure guidelines, business requirements, style preferences, or rules for the generated output. To enforce these rules, companies often use grammar checking apps, custom schemas or best practice guides. For content authors, there are usually too many rules to remember them all when writing content. The best approach for this challenge is to signal the user when a rule violation is detected and offer suggestions to help them solve possible rule problems and maintain integrity in their documentation.
    • Events Webinar: Understanding and developing Schematron Quick Fixes

      Schematron solves certain limitations that other types of schema have when validating XML documents since it allows the schema developer to define the errors and control the messages that are presented to the user. Therefore, Schematron makes the validation errors more accessible to users and helps to ensures that they understand the problem. These messages may also include hints to help the user to fix the problem, but this doesn't complete the solution since the user still needs to manually correct the issue. This may cause users to waste valuable time and also creates the possibility of making additional errors while trying to manually fix the reported problem. Schematron Quick Fixes provide automatic actions to fix validation errors, thus offering a complete solution, while saving time and avoiding the potential for causing other issues.
    • Events Webinar: Managing DITA reuse with Oxygen XML Editor

      This webinar focuses on advanced features that justify the return of investment you get from using DITA. REUSE is the key word and it can be implemented either directly through content references or indirectly through profiling/conditional content.
    • Events Webinar: Ready for DITA 1.3

      In this webinar we explore DITA 1.3 functionality and how Oxygen XML Editor supports you to take advantage of the new DITA 1.3 features.
    • Events Webinar: DITA publishing with Oxygen XML Editor

      In this webinar we explore DITA publishing options from Oxygen XML Editor including different HTML formats, PDF, EPUB, etc. and how these can be customized.
    • Events DITA-OT Day - Berlin 2017

    • Events Content Management Strategies/DITA North America 2017

    • Events Tekom/TCWorld Conference 2017

    • Events Oxygen Presentations at LavaCon Dublin 2017

    • Events Oxygen Users Meetup - Washington DC area 2017

    • Events Oxygen Users Meetup @ XML Prague 2019

    • Events Webinar: DITA and Markdown

      DITA is a great choice for writing technical documentation. Ideally, all contributors to a project should use it to provide content. But sometimes, subject matter experts (such as developers, or engineers) prefer to contribute content in another format. We will explore what possibilities arise when this other format is Markdown, a good match for structured authoring cases in which a minimal markup is sufficient.

      Some of the topics covered by this webinar include:

      • Structured authoring
      • Content and markup
      • What are DITA's strengths
      • What are Markdown's strengths
      • Getting DITA format directly from the SMEs
      • Getting another format (Markdown, HTML) from the SMEs and integrating it into the DITA pipelines
      • Benefits of each solution
      • Challenges that arise when choosing one solution over another
    • Events Webinar: JSON Support in Oxygen

      Within the past year, the Oxygen developers devoted a lot of time and effort into making the JSON support as robust as other document types. This webinar will explore the Oxygen JSON support and the new features that were added in Oxygen 21.

      Some of the features and improvements that you will see include:

      • Editing JSON documents
      • Validating JSON documents
      • Querying and transforming JSON documents
      • Converting JSON documents
      • Future plans
    • Events Webinar: Oxygen Content Fusion - XML Document Collaboration

      Starting with version 21, the Oxygen Content Fusion connector plugin comes bundled with Oxygen XML Editor/Author. This webinar will provide a detailed look at how to use Content Fusion to collaborate with colleagues during the XML document creation or review process. We will also present details about using your own On-Premise Enterprise Server and various possibilities for customizing Content Fusion to suit your organization's specific needs.

      Some of the things you will see include:

      • How easy it is to share documents with reviewers
      • How to use Content Fusion from a reviewer's perspective
      • How to share a template and guide collaborators to provide initial content
      • How to communicate with colleagues within the Content Fusion interface
      • How to merge suggested changes back into the original content
      • How to get the most out of Content Fusion using your own on-premise Enterprise Server
      • Numerous possibilities for customizing Content Fusion
      • Future plans
    • Events Webinar: Getting Started with Oxygen

      To address comments and requests by the XML community, this webinar will provide an exploration of Oxygen XML Editor/Author from the perspective of a new user. It is meant to be a guide to help users get started accomplishing tasks in Oxygen as quickly as possible.

      Some of the things you will learn include:

      • An overview of the interface
      • Shortcuts and useful actions
      • How to configure the toolbars and helper views
      • How to migrate non-XML documents to DITA or other XML standards
      • How to create a project
      • How to create new documents
      • Validating documents
      • Creating output
      • Configuring options
      • Search operations
      • Inserting tables, images, links, etc.
      • Helpful tools
    • Events Oxygen Users Meetup @ XML Prague 2018

    • EventsOxygen Users Meetup - Prague 2017

    • EventsOxygen Users Meetup - Prague 2016

    • Events Tekom/TCWorld Conference 2016

    • Events DITA-OT Day - Munich 2016