The Content Era redefines web creation by live transformation from DITA to their HTML5 Website

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Arcadia, FL – Feb. 19th 2016 - The Content Era has redefined the phrase ‘Going Live’ with the release of their new website, an adaptive HTML5 site based on DITA using live XSLT. Each page on the new website is created on the fly when it is accessed. Using the latest and greatest responsive web design techniques results in a visually pleasing site that is easy to navigate.

This unique method allows them to make changes to the content without having to re-publish the entire site to HTML5. The DITA source lives on the server, and when changes are made they can be viewed on the site a fraction of a second after the changed DITA source has been saved to their web-server.

“Running the transform on the server allows full adaptation to what we know about your system, your browser, your locale. Even without using cookies or JavaScript running on your device, we can personalize the content to quite a large extent. Just imagine automatic conversion of measurements and temperatures based on your geographic location, so you do not need to do the math or choose a conversion option from the menu. Of course this can be done with JavaScript, but we can do it much faster and much more efficient.” - Jang Graat – Chief Technologist (The Content Era)

“We can adapt the content to what the requesting device needs. If you are watching these pages on a smartphone, we can send low-resolution images and leave out most of the CSS and Javascript, as those are mainly serving options that you do not have available on your phone. It makes loading the pages in locations with limited mobile bandwidth a lot faster. This technology fundamentally changes the way enterprises will think about their workflow.”  - Tom Aldous – Founder and CEO (The Content Era)

The Content Era website will be live as of Feb. 18th, and will feature this adaptive publishing method running behind the scenes. This new website may involve cutting edge technical techniques but functionality and appearance has not been compromised. For more information about how it works, or to contact The Content Era team, visit their new and improved website at www.thecontentera.com.

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