[log in to unmask]" type="cite">I also considered editing TEI on a web-based editor and played a bit with LIME. Yet, I couldn't get far with it either. It seems to be buggy, unfortunately, and it would be great if they are going to fix it.Dear TEI-L, A Swiss colleague sent me a link to a project they're considering using for web-based editing of TEI documents (among other XML vocabularies), called LIME: Language Independent Markup Editor. I'm curious to know if anyone here has worked with it and can share their experience with it? http://lime.cirsfid.unibo.it/
Both offer a limited online demo on their web-site. To me they
look quite promising, although, I have to admit that I couldn't
evaluate them in depth.
In contrast to the oXygen's move from desktop to web-based
editing, these two editors are developed as web-based editors from
the beginning, which has some advantages.
They certainly provide way less feature than oXygen, but what they offer look and feel pretty smooth.
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">In other developments on this front, I enjoyed George Bina's XML Prague presentation, "XML Authoring On Mobile Devices," where he demonstrated "author mode" editing of a DocBook document on an iPad (description at http://www.xmlprague.cz/sessions2014/#auth, video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeanvV8JQGA). The product is clearly still under development, but very promising. Are there other promising developments in web-based TEI editing? (In asking this question, I realize there are many possible approaches to this challenge, from full XML document editing to more WYSIWYG-esque interfaces; I don't mean to limit the question to any band on the spectrum.) Thank you, Joe