Publishing has gone full circle, from markup to WYSIWYG page layout, and back to markup. Meanwhile many of its remaining problems have been solved – in LaTeX.
Described as a WYSIWYG LaTeX for Mac, this app attempts to provide integrated editing of both marked-up text and rendered pages.
The code scrapbook is finished, and has now produced its first set of articles. Five articles in around ten minutes seems pretty impressive to me.
Making sure that macOS doesn’t mangle source code behind your back, and a simple solution to getting notes exported in the right order.
How to create a scrapbook for Swift code snippets, which can be copied into Xcode, and exported for Wordpress publication.
Tuning HTML export to produce exactly the right files, and tweaking the appearance. But can it also address a search bug?
Why is XML still so hard to write, and so poorly supported by accessible tools?
XML should have been the solution to so many problems: just structure documents semantically and you can rejigger them any way that you want. But there is more to it than that…