AXEL for the impatient
Read the executive summary about XTiger XML document templates and AXEL.
Try the demonstration editor. Once you have opened it in your browser, select a template folder and a template file name using the two popup menus next to the Preselection label; then click on the Transform button to generate the corresponding editor. Start editing a document, and then use the Dump button to see the current XML content of the editor at any time.
You can take some reading with you as you can download the XML Prague 2010 article.
Where to start ?
First, you should read the user's manual and the FAQ and run the auto-test to check that the library is running (note that you must reload the auto-test each time you run it, otherwise it may report failures, this is a known issue). You should run the auto-test from within each browser you want to support. For some browsers, if you get an error accessing files, you should launch the auto-test from behind a Web server.
Template authors should read the XTiger XML language specification. It is a good idea to look at the source of the demonstration templates in the templates folder. With Firefox you can click on the Source button in the demonstration editor to display the source of the current template. You can also write your own templates and test them with the demonstration editor by entering their path and clicking on Visualize.
Web application developers should read the tutorial in addition to the above links. There are some instructions about the use of some primitive editors like 'video' or 'photo' in corresponding HOWTO files in the documentation folder. You can also find useful information into the wiki
Plugins or Filters developers can consult the HOWTO files which are in the documentation folder in addition to the above links. They can also look at the existing plugin or filter source files in the