Framework for search and display of heterogenous document collections.
The eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) is an architecture that supports searching across collections of heterogeneous textual data (XML, PDF, HTML, text, and more), and the presentation of results and documents in a highly configurable manner. Includes highly customized versions of the proven open-source components Lucene and Saxon.
Foxon is a FO emitter/indenter to be used with Saxon. It can indent and prettify XSL-FO output, making it suitable for human inspection and editing, without introducing artefacts that change the layout of the PDF file.
MEX applies the international standards EAD, EAC and METS to edit structured Internet presentations of online finding aids including digital reproductions. For newer developments cf. www.archivgut-online.de incl. english documentation and contact.
Mex PREMIS Editor is an Editor for the MEX Editor Framework PREMIS stands for Preservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies The Editor will implement PREMIS v 1.1 (Version 2.0 is under development)
Framework for supporting reliable, secure E-Business using open standards. Including components for web service calls, non-repudiation, UDDI-registries and a standardized subset of the UBL 2.0 business document profile. Supported for .Net and java.
MEX applies the international standards EAD, EAC and METS to edit structured Internet presentations of archives in context including digital reproductions. The tools include eclipse with configuration sets for typical settings in archival practice.
Fixes broken web pages and other internet annoyances, such as "Internet Explorer Only" pages. You can view Microsoft Office Web Components pages, and other inaccessible pages in Firefox! Other features include Symbol-font fix and downloader fix.