We are building web applications since the mid-90s with Python. Historically, we have used a
I will attend the XML London 2015 conference from June 5th to 7th and give a hands-on-training on
The training will involve a lot of live coding in order to show you what you ask and what want to see.
The training material will evolve over the next two week in our public repository https://github.com/zopyx/css-paged-media-tutorial.
The training consists of two slots:
- slot one will teach you the CSS Paged Media basics
- slot two involves styling of a real world content document (HTML source with lots of chapters, images and tables)
- Participants must have either PrinceXML 10 or PDFreactor 7 installed on their systems. Both converters are available for free for private or evaluation purposes. The trainer can assist you with the installation on Mac or Linux (not with Windows) but please make sure that you install the converter before the tutorial in order to safe time for the real cool stuff.
- Particpants must have basic skills in HTML and CSS.
Andreas Jung is working in the electronic publishing business for almost 20 years. Andreas is a Python & Plone freelancer, works on large internet and web applications, publishing solutions and funder of the Produce & Publish and XML Director projects.
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