Quadralay Corp. this week released
the newest version of its WebWorks Publisher for Windows- and Unix-based
WebWorks Publisher Version 4.0 has many new features, including expanded
support for emerging non-HTML online formats, enhanced ease-of-use
features, a new intelligent project wizard, along with improved handling of
file attributes and hypertext markers.
WebWorks Publisher was designed to be used in conjunction with Adobe’s
FrameMaker tool. The combination enables companies to create print, online
and CD-ROM versions of complex, content-rich documents using only a single
master document version.
Many of the emerging online document formats, including Netscape’s NetHelp,
Microsoft’s HTML Help, Sun’s JavaHelp and the W3C’s XML are now supported
by WebWorks Publisher 4.0. Furthermore, the use of project templates
enables developers to have the precise control which is required to
continually produce electronic versions with confidence.
Quadralay expects the final release to be available in mid-March, while a
public beta of WebWorks Publisher 4.0 will be available from the company
Web site. Retail price is expected to be $495 for Windows and Macintosh,
and $725 for Unix platforms.