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authoring language

[′ȯ·thər·iŋ ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language designed to be convenient for authors of computer-based learning materials.
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By utilizing the standards-based SMIL authoring language, streaming media has taken a giant next step in increasing the media experience on the Web and moving the Internet towards a true broadcast medium"
Web Content and GUI Authoring Language Support Formats -- CSS1, CSS2 and CSS TV -- English (Unicode, ASCII, UTF and ISO) -- DOM2 -- Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Unicode, ISO and EU) -- HTML 4.
Writers can learn one authoring language to prepare content for Help, reference material, an intranet or the Internet.
An entire authoring language called LILT was developed for QIN.
org/ -- Today, the World Wide Web Consortium announces the publication of the Device Independence Authoring Language (DIAL), which facilitates authoring for an ever-expanding range of mobile devices.
Furthermore, by introducing Microsoft Visual Basic as our primary rule authoring language, we give Abiliti's products the same familiar customization capability as Microsoft Office and other Windows applications.
Murray has been directing our product development progression, including the authoring language transition to Windows(R) and now to browser-based and the significant expansion of the PLATO library with problem-solving courseware, single topic products, and the industry's most comprehensive reading curriculum.
Drawing a comparison with Internet as a publishing platform, Mike Templeman, President of MetaBridge, observed that "the World Wide Web and the HTML authoring language represent a great step beyond plain text.