2014-01-14 22:00:57 - Now supports leading XML publishing systems, including FrameMaker, Oxygen, Flare, XMetaL & Arbortext
LONG BEACH, Calif. – January 14, 2014 – Design Science, Inc. today announced that MathFlow™, its MathML-based authoring, editing and formatting tools have been built into Adobe's FrameMaker 12, Technical Communication Suite 5 and their new FrameMaker XML Author 12 products. Adobe customers will now be able to work with mathematical content as MathML in their XML documents and workflows. Adobe is providing MathFlow "out-of-the-box" as a free 30-day trial, referring their customers to Design Science for permanent licenses, MathML expertise, ongoing support and upgrades. MathFlow also works with other XML editors including Oxygen, Flare, XMetaL and Arbortext.
"FrameMaker is a powerful technical authoring system with a long history. We're very happy Adobe has added MathML support in their latest version
and chosen our MathFlow tools to do it," said Paul R. Topping, President & CEO of Design Science.
MathFlow is widely used in publishing, aerospace, defense, education, government, science and engineering, elearning, assessment, as well as enterprise solutions and commercial products. The MathFlow product line consists of a set of components for editing, formatting, and accessibility of mathematical notation for websites, applications and services.
MathFlow for FrameMaker is available now on Design Science's website, www.dessci.com.
About Design Science
Design Science is a worldwide leader in software for scientific and technical communication. The company’s MathType, MathFlow and MathPlayer products are used by scientists, engineers, educators, students and publishing professionals, for authoring and publishing mathematical notation in print and online content. DSI also licenses components and technology to OEM partners who want to math-enable their own products, and aggressively researches new products and technologies, particularly those that extend our commanding lead in MathML technology. For more information please visit www.dessci.com.