Interactive alignment of Parallel Texts – a cross browser experience
published: April 22, 2011, recorded: April 2011, views: 228
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We report our experience test-driving current standards and best-practice related to multilingual Web applications. Following an overview of our pilot demonstrator for the interactive alignment of parallel texts (e.g. poetic translations in/out of Sardinian), we indicate pros and cons of the practical deployment of key standards - including TEI-p5, XML, XSL, UTF-8, CSS2, RESTful-HTTP, XQuery, W3C-range.
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