Hello from the Stylus Studio Team!
You can feel it in the air. It is starting to get a little cooler outside. The Stylus Studio team can hardly believe we are already in the last few months of 2013. We hope it has been a great year for everyone. This month's Scoop features a short article written by a Stylus Studio user. The article revolves around Project Gutenberg and metadata services for libraries. We hope you enjoy it.Additionally, we are excited to be offering a discount on Annual Upgrade Protection. To take advantage of this offer or learn more about AUP, please read below.
Dana Pearson, a Stylus Studio user, wrote a brief article on the Gutenberg Project and integrating online resources into library discovery systems. Dana is an expert in metadata services for libraries.
Dana said "The most satisfying aspects of the project were the problems that required learning something new about XSLT 2.0." Check out the full article to learn more about this great project.
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions was looking for an XML IDE to facilitate their needs. Out of the 5% that responded to their calls, only one was able to answer all of their questions at both functional and technical levels. That was the Stylus Studio team!
Stylus Studio team member Ivan Pedruzzi put together a quick step-by-step post on running an unattended Stylus Studio install. This is now possible starting with Stylus Studio X15.
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