A DITA Adventure: Getting Started

This is the first in a series of articles that will follow a regular user setting up and using the DITA Open Toolkit. The plan is to install the toolkit on a Windows system (and possibly later, a Linux system), get it working, generate some representative content, and generate output in various forms. If that […]

Practical DITA — Book Review

Links updated 21 January 2010

One sign that a book has succeeded is when it changes your perception of the subject. By that definition, Julio Vazquez’s Practical Dita (102 pages, lulu.com, now available on Amazon.com) succeeds. I have to say up front that my opinion of DITA was not enhanced by reading his book. However, […]