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DITA Best Practices: A Roadmap for Writing, Editing, and Architecting in DITA (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. September 2011

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&>The Start-to-Finish, Best-Practice Guide to Implementing and Using DITA Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is today s most powerful toolbox for constructing information. By implementing DITA, organizations can gain more value from their technical documentation than ever before. Now, three DITA pioneers offer the first complete roadmap for successful DITA adoption, implementation, and usage. Drawing on years of experience helping large organizations adopt DITA, the authors answer crucial questions the official DITA documents ignore, including: "Where do you start? What should you know up front? What are the pitfalls in implementing DITA. How can you avoid those pitfalls?" The authors begin with topic-based writing, presenting proven best practices for developing effective topics and short descriptions. Next, they address content architecture, including how best to set up and implement DITA maps, linking strategies, metadata, conditional processing, and content reuse. Finally, they offer in the trenches solutions for ensuring quality implementations, including guidance on content conversion. Coverage includes: Knowing how and when to use each DITA element--and when "not" to Writing minimalist, task-oriented information that quickly meets users needs Creating effective task, concept, and reference topics for any product, technology, or service Writing effective short descriptions that work well in all contexts Structuring DITA maps to bind topics together and provide superior navigation Using links to create information webs that improve retrievability and navigation Gaining benefits from metadata without getting lost in complexity Using conditional processing to eliminate redundancy and rework Systematically promoting reuse to improve quality and reduce costs Planning, resourcing, and executing effective content conversion Improving quality by editing DITA content and XML markup If you re a writer, editor, information architect, manager, or consultant who evaluates, deploys, or uses DITA, this book will guide you all the way to success. Also see the other books in this IBM Press series: "Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors" "The IBM Style Guide: Conventions for Writers and Editors" "

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Laura Bellamy is an Information Architect at VMware, Inc. and a technical communications instructor at University of California Santa Cruz Extension. Laura has been a long-time DITA champion, working at IBM during the adoption and proliferation of DITA. Throughout her career, she has worked on many facets of DITA implementation and now dreams in XML.
Michelle Carey is a technical editor at IBM and a technical communications instructor at University of California Santa Cruz Extension. Michelle has taught IBM teams and users groups about best practices for authoring in DITA, topic-based writing, writing for translation, editing user interfaces, and writing effective error messages. She is also a coauthor of the book "Developing Quality Technical Information." Michelle loves to ride motorcycles and mountain bikes, herd cats, and diagram sentences. Jenifer Schlotfeldt is a project leader, information developer, and technical leader at IBM and a technical communications instructor at the University of California Santa Cruz Extension. She has been authoring, testing, and teaching DITA since 2003. She has converted documentation to DITA, authored new content in DITA, contributed to new DITA specializations, and created many training materials for different facets of DITA authoring."

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DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture) is a remnant from the XML-happy years around 2000 when the belief that many forms of data can be squeezed into formal DTD (Document Type Definitions) or Schema. DITA originated with IBM in their effort to document their own products. The specification tries to capture how technical information, aka manuals, should be structured. The main notion is that of a topic, which can be anything that forms a coherent, essentially self-contained part of technical documentation. Some of todays editing systems use DITA as data standard, but not every such system follows DITA. As with many early standards, DITA suffers from lack of flexibility, while at the same time overburdening end users with formal structure. But DITA is still around and continues to be used. It certainly remains a good starting point if you need to find some form of formal information structure for technical documentation.

'DITA best practices' is a very pragmatic book, which gets you up and running with DITA very quickly. Part 1 explains various notions of topics that make up the information content of a DITA conforming document. Part 2 looks at the architectural extras like linking between documents or metadata. Part 3 tries to be practical by paving your way towards applying DITA in your own work context. Parts 1 and 2 are very hands on and explain the formal XML-elements and attributes by way of easy example. In particular, the authors do a very good job at visually showing how the example documents get structured the DITA way without throwing formal XML-documents into the way of your understanding. If you need to get acquainted with DITA, these first two parts do a very good job at getting you there.
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DITA Best Practices gives a detailed overview of the technical aspects of DITA. Written for beginners and experts, the book discusses the use of topics, the reuse of content allowed by DITA, and how and why DITA should be adopted by companies. I use DITA at work, and this book gave me the theoretical insight into the practical use of DITA. It does a great job of clarifying difficult concepts such as information modeling.
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We have six large publications and eight customers, all of whom want a customized version. This situation cries out for single sourcing, for which DITA is one solution. The online documentation for DITA is OK, but not comprehensive, not always comprehensible, and not necessarily addressed to technical writers. This publication is all three. Extremely well planned, very logical structure, and the authors have clearly spent many hours doing the job that I do. If you have a gut feeling that DITA can solve your single-sourcing problem, but are not sure exactly how, then this book is for you.
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