Syntext Serna?

Discussion in 'XML' started by Wolfgang Keller, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Hello,

    from the information available online, it seems that this is the perfect
    application for working with structured document in an "office desktop"
    environment. "Native" XML as file format, "native" XSL for styles and
    "native" XSD for document templates, right? And the price is roughly one
    order of magnitude below other applicatiosn that do the same thing like,
    for example, Ultra XML. Plus, it's even cross-platform.

    But is anyone here actually using this thing for editing rather large
    technical documents which are/were typically produced with Framemaker up to
    now? Does it actually do what the promotion promises? Is it
    stable/mature/ergonomic enough for everyday use?

    TIA,

    best regards,

    Wolfgang Keller
     
    Wolfgang Keller, Jul 12, 2004
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