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Tue Sep 23 09:25:44 2003 UTC (15 years, 8 months ago) by bitflux
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add blog entry about alpha relaease

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    5: <h5 class="infoHeader">News</h5>
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    7: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1361.html">Alpha Sneak Preview of Next Generation Bitflux Editor released</a>
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    9: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1299.html" class="navigation">Jon Udell about WYSIWYG XML editing</a>
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   12: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1296.html" class="navigation">Principles for effective Interfaces</a>
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   15: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1281.html" class="navigation">BXE in Linux Magazine</a>
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   19: <li><a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/news/item_1215.html" class="navigation">BXE Status Update</a>
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   50: <p>Bitflux Editor is a browser based wysiwyg XML Editor.<br/>
   51: With Bitflux Editor you can edit your content semantically and at the same time display it to your users and editors in its final form.
   52: And all this in our all favorite browser.
   53: </p>
   54: <p>
   55: Some major features of Bitflux Editor:
   56: <ul>
   57: <li>Released under an Apache style license</li>
   58: <li>Completely written in JavaScript</li>
   59: <li>Works like a word processor</li>
   60: <li>Works with any XHTML/XML document</li>
   61: <li>Works on almost any operating system</li>
   62: <li>Targeted at Mozilla based browsers</li>
   63: <li>Customizable to your needs</li>
   64: <li>Support for Relax NG Validation </li>
   65: <li> Easy integration in your CMS </li>
   66: <li>WebDAV support</li>
   67: </ul>
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   69: </p>
   70: <p>The next big major enhancement version is nowo released as an alpha sneak preview version and is  based on <a href="http://mozile.mozdev.org/">mozile</a>.</p>
   71: <p>Visit our own <a href="http://bitfluxeditor.org/">bitfluxeditor.org</a> site for more details.</p>

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