This week following on from my NotePad++ S1000D Compare tutorial, I look at how I work with S1000D XML on my MacBookPro. I know a number of my clients like to work with MAC OS so here is a tool that can help you along your journey.
Often when I am travelling I am asked by a client to look over some of their S1000D structures and as I do not always travel with both my MAC and my PC laptop, I use tools to perform this comparison.
In this tutorial, I look at the free and openly available Brackets editor, which is popular with web and stylesheet developers, but it is just as powerful for working with S1000D Data Modules.
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Join me at TDW-Live this year where we will look at more tools that I use to help me work with XML and support specifications like S1000D.
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