Authoring Tool

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An Authoring Tool is an interface or other form of utility for creating scenarios or other logical groupings of activities within a system.


Specifications


Types

WYSIWYG

What You See Is What You Get (commonly abbreviated WYSIWYG) is a paradigm for content creation whereby one marks up a given content item (for example a blog post) with a specific markup language or format (for example using Tex, LaTex, HTML, CSS, xHTML and/or RDFa) for the purpose of specifying exactly how the content should appear to its intended audience(s). The most common method of representing a WYSIWYG interface is a text-editor, a visual tool for editing content to adhere to a specific standard or format.


WYSIWYM

What You See Is What You Mean (commonly abbreviated WYSIWYM) is a term which describes any text-editor or other input system which allows users to specify not just syntax (i.e. presentation and structure of a document) but also semantics (i.e. classification and meaning of a document).

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Tools


Resources

JAVA

JS

AJAX

SVG

FLEX


Tutorials


External Links


References

  1. WYSIWYM explained: http://www.itri.bton.ac.uk/projects/WYSIWYM/wysiwym.html
  2. Project Draw does Visio-like Diagrams online: http://webworkerdaily.com/2009/07/17/project-draw-does-visio-like-diagrams-online/
  3. WebHookIt first release – developer preview: http://neyric.com/2011/01/29/webhookit-first-release/
  4. Creating an interactive SVG metro map with JointJS: https://www.netvlies.nl/tips-updates/overig/cases/creating-an-interactive-svg-metro-map-with-jointjs/
  5. Subway Map Visualization jQuery Plugin: http://kalyani.com/blog/2010/10/08/subway-map-visualization-jquery-plugin/
  6. Ten Examples of the Subway Map Metaphor: http://blog.visualmotive.com/2009/ten-examples-of-the-subway-map-metaphor/

See Also

E-Learning | Rule Engine | Text | CMS | AEM | JAVA | AJAX | FLEX | HTML5