HyperWrite is an
Australian hypertext solution company, founded in 1993. We provide specialised hypertext
and Web consultancy and training services. Our expertise includes DITA, Help
Authoring Tools (Flare, RoboHelp, DocToHelp, Republico, etc), structured
authoring techniques, business writing, <oXygen/> XML, XMetaL, content
management systems, and advanced technical communication.
HyperWrite's two areas of business are specialised
DITA for Documenting Project Requirements (Fri, 12 Feb 2016)
Alex Masycheff has written a series of blog posts entitled "7 Reasons Why DITA Can Be a Great Choice for Documenting Project Requirements". The posts provide some useful insights into the benefits of using DITA for a range of documentation and publishing scenarios.
Traditional Music as Open Source (Sun, 31 Jan 2016)
HyperWrite's Tony Self has proposed a talk for LavaCon Dublin on the similarities between Irish traditional music and open source. You can read the session overview and if you like the idea, like it to vote for its inclusion in the programme. LavaCon Dublin will be held at the Trinity College Conference Center on 5-7 June 2016.
Author-it Converter for MadCap Flare (Fri, 09 Oct 2015)
MadCap Software has released an XML conversion utility tool that will use the published XML output from Author-it and convert it to a MadCap Flare project while maintaining all project and source files. The utility converts the table of contents of Author-it books into Flare topics. Embedded topics become Flare snippets, while variables, styles, glossary, context IDs and index keywords are maintained through the conversion process.