Interleaf 7 Enables Developers to Publish in HTML and More
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Interleaf, Inc. Thursday announced the release of Interleaf 7 (I7), a next-generation e-content publishing solution that allows users to author and publish complex documents to a large variety of Web and e-content formats, including HTML, XML, SGML or PDF.
With the release of I7, Interleaf hopes to eliminate the need to tie content creation to a specific publishing format. Interleaf's I7 publishing solution was created based on the growing demand for "electronic Web content to enable high-end complex publishing, relationship management and e-commerce initiatives for Global 2000 organizations." The tool provides multi-platform interoperability, multi-channel publishing and scaleable publishing tools that support all of the current Web standards.
New features in this release of Interleaf include:
- e-content publishing formats - directly publish to the Web without using separate publishing tools
- PDF - publish directly to PDF
- HTML - publish directly to HTML
- XML - publish directly to XML
- SGML - publish directly to SGML
- Postscriptp - publish directly to Postscript
- CD-ROM - the optional Panorama CDWeb Publisher enables ASCII, PDF and tagged SGML, HTML or XML files to be mastered to CD-ROM and updated via the Web
I7 will be available on a variety of Unix and Windows platforms in English, French, German and Italian. Existing Interleaf 5 and Interleaf 6 maintenance customers may upgrade to I7 at no cost, while new users can purchase the product for $1395. For additional infomation, visit the Interleaf Web site.