[Sponsored Share] Adobe Launches XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager

Subject: [Sponsored Share] Adobe Launches XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager
From: INKtopia Admin <admin -at- inktopia -dot- net>
To: Techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:25:11 -0500

Hi everyone,

Most of you know that Adobe Systems is a long time partner of TechWhirl.
Their promotions on TechWhirl include ads and occasionally sharing some
case studies about them to our list. Their longtime partnership helps keep
TechWhirl free for all readers and list members. This quarter, we're
helping them promote a new FrameMaker add-on for Adobe Experience Manager
(content management system).

>From their press release:
XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager empowers authors to
create content using any offline DITA authoring tool, such as Adobe
FrameMaker (2015 release),* or its easy-to-use built-in web editor. It
helps deliver seamless and personalized experiences to end users by
ensuring consistency and uniformity in pre- and post-sales content, and
offers complete control over enterprise content integrity.

We have more information on TechWhirl here:

Or, you can go directly to Adobe's site:


(full disclosure, we're unsure if Adobe would be interested in this idea)
Please let either Connie or me know if you'd be interested in doing a test
/ write-up on the new add-on for TechWhirl.


Take care



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