Seemage your iPod #46: “Seemage XML-driven styles”

Seemage podcast for CAD and PLM users, episode 46, Seemage XML-driven styles 

This week’s episode is, as they say in the movies, a blockbuster.

Jonathan Riondet’s topic this week is deceptively simple: applying styles to Seemage content. You will be impressed with the ease and flexibility Seemage styles offer.

But then, about 2 minutes into this episode, things get very interesting: You witness the power of the XML-based architecture of Seemage as Jonathan changes the display language of the graphical image via modification of the external XML style information.

Consider the importance of this: automatic display of content in local language based, for example, on the language in use on the desktop. Being able to programmatically add languages whenever necessary. Elimination of reams of printed versions of product documentation.

This episode is an extraordinarily revealing example of how the basic Seemage architecture — a property editor — is combined with XML to provide maximum flexibility to content creators.

Seemage podcast for CAD and PLM users, episode 46, Seemage XML-driven styles

Seemage podcast for CAD and PLM users, episode 46, Seemage XML-driven styles

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