Capture, view and update structured information directly via intuitive, customizable and interactive electronic forms.
Altova Authentic is an advanced WYSIWYG XML authoring tool that allows technical writers, documentation specialists, and business users to view and edit XML and relational database content without being exposed to the underlying syntax. XML documents and database tables are created and edited via a sophisticated word processor-style interface, based on structured electronic forms developed in StyleVision. Altova Authentic is ideally suited for use as the user interface element of XML-based content management systems, document frameworks, and enterprise collaboration workflows. The Altova Authentic user interface allows users to capture, view, and update structured information directly via intuitive, customizable, and interactive electronic forms. Altova Authentic eForms are designed and easily modified using Altova StyleVision.
XML Editing & Validation
XSL / XPath
Built-in Industry Standards Templates
Multi-purpose IDE Integration
Altova accelerates development and integration projects with software, services, and solutions that enhance productivity and maximize results. As an innovative, customer-focused company and the creator of leading software development tools - including XMLSpy, the preeminent product in its class - Altova is the choice of over 1.5 million clients worldwide and virtually every Fortune 500 company. With customers ranging from vast development teams in the world's largest organizations to progressive one-person shops, Altova's line of software applications and custom-tailored professional and educational services fulfills a broad spectrum of business needs. Altova is an active member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is committed to delivering standards-based platform-independent development solutions that are powerful, affordable and easy-to-use. Altova was founded in 1992 and has headquarters in Beverly, Massachusetts and Vienna, Austria.
Published in Development Tool News & Software Component News, November 16, 2010