Atomik Roundtrip brings XML to QuarkXPress

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Easypress Technologies has shipped Atomik Roundtrip 1.0 for both Mac and Windows. Roundtrip provides full bi-directional support for XML, according to the developer.

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Extensible Markup Language, or XML, is a flexible method for describing documents. Over the past couple of years it's caught on in many sectors of the publishing market -- especially for digital workflow systems where content needs to be repurposed for multiple media types. Atomic Roundtrip is designed to enable desktop publishers who rely on QuarkXPress to integrate that software into XML-based workflows.

Atomic Roundtrip enables QuarkXPress users to preserve XML structures within QuarkXPress documents themselves -- users can import XML into QuarkXPress-built pages and then export the same way. If the source XML file or files change, users can update the QuarkXPress document quickly using Roundtrip -- making sure that consistency is maintained across multiple forms of media.

Atomik Roundtrip costs US$4,495 for a single user license. Multiuser packs are available, as is a fully functional demonstration version -- check the Easypress Web site for more details.

This story, "Atomik Roundtrip brings XML to QuarkXPress" was originally published by PCWorld.

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