XPath and XSLT for Everyone

XPath and XSLT for Everyone

Anyone working with XML content can benefit from learning XPath. XPath is the way that elements are identified and located inside an XML Document. Want to find the first title in your document? Or the fifth? Or the 2nd one that also has those 3 special notes following...
Paper or ePub?

Paper or ePub?

Did you know that reading on a kindle or other electronic device isn’t the same to your brain as reading on paper? Well, as it turns out: Neuroscience, in fact, has revealed that humans use different parts of the brain when reading from a piece of paper or from...
Writing mobile documentation: Rewrite or cut? with Neil Perlin [On-line Event]

Writing mobile documentation: Rewrite or cut? with Neil Perlin [On-line Event]

So you’ve just been told to create a mobile version of your product’s help system… Can we revise content written for a large screen to fit on an iPhone screen? Can we cut it? Is there a point at which the two options are effectively the same? In either case, how do we decide what to give up? Can that “lost” material be made available somewhere? In this presentation, we’ll discuss these issues and look at a real example, a very early multimedia presentation about US history in which the presenter boiled 70 pages of content down to a few dozen paragraphs and decide whether it worked.