Getting Started with XML and ConTeXt

Paul Tremblay has published an article for XML authors who want to use open source software to produce high quality PDF documents. He suggests using ConTeXt, a variation of TeX, and advocates using TeXML for conversion of XML to ConTeXt:

And I've added some comments on the article:

I'm happy to see that TeXML becomes popular, and not only because I'm the author, but also because I really believe in the benefits of TeXML.

Meanwhile I released TeXML 1.23 development version with ConTeXt support. Unfortunately, documentation is not updated yet.

Categories: TeXML