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Standard Generalized Markup Language Viewer Toolkit

Senior Project: 1995-1996
Chris Coslor, Margaret Fan, Phuong Ly and Scott Samek
Broomfield, CO

CUESoft is a small multimedia development firm, specializing in multimedia marketing products and computer-based training systems. Its flagship product is a multimedia authoring system for the Microsoft Windows environment, called Vasari. As SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) is widely becoming the predominant method for document markup, its integration into Vasari has become a necessary component in maintaining a competitive advantage. This project involved the creation of a set of library routines and external programs that allow a developer to easily and quickly develop an SGML viewer, a program which reads an SGML document and sends it to the screen or printer in a meaningful way. The software was developed as a set of Windows Dynamically Linked Libraries using an object-oriented approach in C++.

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