Comparing complex XML is a pain? No longer!

Adobe & Partner Webinars on December 17, 2015

[Update] The recording of this webinar is available on our event website now:

Now work more easily with Word documents and FrameMaker 2015

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DeltaXML Ltd. has developed a comprehensive solution for Adobe FrameMaker to make DITA and other XML comparisons as simple as pressing a button.

Complete awareness of how your content is changing is an important aspect of the authoring process. Whether you want to view document history over time, produce accurate information for your reviewers, or provide details of publication changes to your customers, comparison tools have a vital role to play.

DeltaXML now offers a FrameMaker plugin to make running their industry-leading comparisons as simple as pressing a button.

In this webinar we will explain the why and the how of content comparison in FrameMaker with:

Join Dustin Vaughn, Solutions Consulting Manager at Adobe, and Tristan Mitchell, DeltaXML’s solution architect, in this Adobe Webinar and learn how easy it is, to compare XML and publish changes.
Discover how DeltaXML can make the difference to your view of change. “Change is the only constant” so let’s embrace change and use it to create value in our content!

Depending on your timezone, join in for the US or UK event online on December 17:

We’re looking forward to see you in this webinar!

About the presenter

Tristan Mitchell is DeltaXML’s Product Manager with responsibility for future product direction. Over the last 10 years, his work as a Senior Developer and Solutions Architect for DeltaXML has given him a deep understanding of the products and a passion for helping customers to make the most out of those products. Tristan is also a father of three beautiful girls, a movie-lover, and a keen runner.