Release-7.12

Release 7.12: Drinking our own champagne

This release we’ve been tackling some big projects that are going to greatly benefit both our internal workflow as well as our clients’. For starters, we’ve been working on our very own diff engine, which will replace the current engine in Fonto Document History. This new and improved diff engine makes comparing revisions a lot …

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(Drag &) Drop it like it’s hot

You could just use copy and paste, but wouldn’t it be a whole lot easier to drag content from one place to another? That’s exactly what we thought, so we made it happen. On top of that, we’re introducing many new awesome features, such as a notification center,  a button for applying change proposals, and …

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Release 7.10

Normally you are used to a lighthearted introduction from us. This time we would like to express our hope that everyone is and will stay safe. Despite everything, we still wanted to inform you that this latest release is thoroughly tested and approved… by a team working from home. Fonto Editor New quick navigation This …

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Structured content: Life Sciences vs. other industries

During the 2019 AMPLEXOR ‘Be The Expert’ meeting, we had the pleasure to present our views on the potential of structured content authoring for the Life Sciences industry. We did so by comparing the adoption of ‘structured content’ in Life Sciences with the state of adoption in other industries. We notably compared Life Sciences with …

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Trial, a lot of error and back to the drawing board we go

We’re working hard to make structured authoring super intuitive for SMEs. We love doing it and we like to think we’re good at it. We love it when a plan comes together! Unfortunately, sometimes it doesn’t ‘fit’ all that well like in the days of the A-Team and MacGyver. Developing an intuitive web-based XML editor …

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