Nothing is more enjoyable for a project manager than when we receive a word document (or other plain text document) to quote and work with. With many programs to determine the word count of said document, the quotation process becomes faster, more precise, and much easier when it is in this type of file format. […]
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In a previous post I described XML as a standard for exchanging information. There are some specific XML formats which, in turn, have become pretty much standard in the world of translation services. Two of them are TMX, for exchanging translation memories, and XLIFF, a format that helps with the process of translation itself. I’ll […]
Quite often, we work with documents or files that are almost identical or very similar to ones we have worked on in the past. For moments like this, it is essential to have a tool that allows you to visualize the differences between them. So I would like to give you a brief summary of […]
DITA, which stands for Darwin Information Typing Architecture, is an XML specification designed to develop, produce and distribute technical information. IBM designed it in 1999, but in 2004 it took over OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) and since then it has been responsible for its management and the development of a […]
Video in Spanish on how to process xml and xdt or mdb files to create a termbase in Multiterm.