Single Page Apps for Humanists: A Case Study Using the Perseus Richmond Times Corpus
TEI is good at what it does: static documents rendered in glorious detail. But TEI is old. Its age doesn’t make TEI irrelevant, but it’s important to be conscious of how the way we weave the fabric of the web has changed since TEI was conceived in 1994, and reevaluate some of our assumptions about its use. In this early work, we are exploring this rethinking as part of a larger study within the center on general methods for isolating the complexity frequently associated with XML-based frameworks.
Trevor Borg and George K. Thiruvathukal, Single Page Apps for Humanists: A Case Study Using the Perseus Richmond Times Corpus, Proceedings of Digital Humanities 2014 (DH2014), http://dharchive.org/paper/DH2014/Paper-888.xml
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See http://richtimes.ctsdh.luc.edu for the actual digital edition of the Richmond Times described in our paper.