Adding Custom Actions to OxygenXML Frameworks [On-Line Event]

Elizabeth Fraley will walk through one way to customize the OxygenXML environment. What you will learn:

  • How custom actions can personalize your OxygenXML environment
  • How custom actions work
  • How to add menu items and toolbar buttons that will trigger your custom actions
  • Save yourself time by automating repetitive tasks
  • Where to go for help

This is your chance to ask questions with the author of the ebook that describes this process. If there’s time, she’ll give you another tip she learned after the ebook was published.

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Get your [bleep] together…with DITA maps [On-Line Event]

In this TC Dojo session, we’ll talk about maps, maps, and more maps. Using maps to organize your thoughts, your keys, your content, your deliverables. We’ll talk about mini-maps and deliverable maps, and why you should not use bookmaps (unless you actually print to paper, but who does that anymore?!).

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Harnessing the Chi of Swagger in Your API Docs [On-Line Event]

Frequently when tech writers start creating API documentation, a developer will ask, Why don’t we use Swagger? Swagger, or the OpenAPI specification, is an open standard for describing your REST API. The Swagger/OpenAPI spec, which is created in YAML or JSON, can be parsed by different tools, such as the Swagger UI framework. Swagger UI can create an interactive experience for users to try out your API calls using their own API keys. This can be a powerful addition to your API documentation, since it gives users a sandbox to experiment with your API in an immediate way.

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