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Day: June 4, 2001

SDL Announces SDLWebFlow 3.0

SDL International announced availability of SDLWebFlow 3.0. Their multilingual content management system now offers real-time translation capability, content transfer API with automatic change detection and notification, increased throughput and multi-threaded security features. SDLWebFlow 3.0 offers an optional integration with SDL International’s Enterprise Translation Server that enables translations in real-time. Real-time translation provides a “gisted” draft-quality translation for obtaining a general understanding of foreign language text. The cost savings realized with real-time translation allows SDLWebFlow 3.0 to support multilingual applications such as corporate intranets, extranets and portals. The Content Transfer API (CTA) included with SDLWebFlow 3.0 automatically detects any changes in both static and dynamic site content and alerts the designated site administrator via e-mail enabling the administrator to initiate a workflow job. This process is readily integrated with any content management system. An advanced security program manages the SDLWebFlow 3.0 content over HTTPS in encrypted XML request-response pairs, all transactions being initiated from within the content-server’s firewall.

Pageflex Develops New Editor in a Browser

Pageflex, Inc., announced a preview of .EDIT, a browser-based technology for design and editing of rich documents with full-featured typography and layout, using nothing more than a Web browser and an Internet connection. .EDIT allows a company to provide an Internet-based page layout tool to its end users without requiring the use of any plug-ins. A company deploying .EDIT can create templates that allow it to maintain its brand/corporate identity by using approved fonts, design elements, and images. Users can count on the final output matching the screen, since both use the same underlying composition engine and fonts. .EDIT is also customizable to allow companies to choose the set of features accessible by the end user. Applications of this technology might include sales & marketing literature, flyers, display advertisements, business cards, and restaurant menus.

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