Syntext to Release Open Source 'Serna Free' WYSIWYG XML Editor Soon
Syntext, Inc. (http://www.syntext.com) is happy to announce that Serna Free XML Editor is going to be open-source software soon.
June 23, 2009 (FPRC) -- Syntext, Inc. (http://www.syntext.com) is glad to announce the upcoming release of Serna Free XML editor as open source software. Serna is a powerful and easy-to-use WYSIWYG XML editor based on open standards and running on all major platforms such as Microsoft Windows (2000, XP, Vista), Linux, Mac OS X, and Sun Solaris/SPARC.
"We are excited to open up the development of Serna to the open source community," says Paul Antonov, Syntext CEO. "Our mission is to make XML accessible for everyone, and we believe that an open source XML editor as user friendly as Serna could enable much more individual and corporate users to adopt XML technology. Serna has benefited from open source components and it's time to give back."
Syntext is open to any ideas concerning technology, business or partnership. The discussions on open source Serna are open at the Syntext Forum:
Free Serna is expected to go open source in July, 2009.
Serna is an innovative WYSIWYG XML platform for XML-based applications. Powered by the on-the-fly XSL-driven technology, it provides a single point access to distributed documents. Serna reads XML documents and data from several XML data sources, blends this information into a seamless presentation, allows inexperienced users to edit it like in a word processor and constantly ensures the validity and consistency in terms of structure and business rules. Visit http://syntext.com/products/serna-free/ for details.
Syntext, Inc. is a private American company founded in Seattle, Washington in 1999.
Syntext’s mission is to develop software for XML content authoring solutions and related services. Visit http://www.syntext.com/about/ for more information.
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