FSDL technical specification

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FSDL 3.0 - Preliminary version - Status: Work in progress

The Frogans Slide Description Language (FSDL) technical specification is used to create and publish Frogans sites on the Internet or in intranets. FSDL documents are exchanged between the Frogans Player software and the server where the Frogans site is hosted.

The FSDL 3.0 technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.

In the meantime, the OP3FT is looking for feedback from the developer community. The following resources are provided to enable developers to take their first steps with FSDL and create their first Frogans sites:

To receive announcements relating to FSDL, subscribe free of charge to the Announcement read-only mailing list.

To post questions or suggestions relating to this version of FSDL, subscribe free of charge to the Early-questions mailing list.

Any contribution to the development of the Frogans technology, in any form, is considered as acceptance of the Frogans Technology Development Contributor Policy and the commitments it contains, without restriction or reserve.

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Reference implementation: FSDL Software Library

The FSDL Software Library is the reference implementation of the Frogans Slide Description Language (FSDL) technical specification version 3.0.

The FSDL Software Library provides the ability to parse and validate FSDL documents, and render them as Frogans slides. The FSDL Software Library also provides access to prepared resources and individual layers of Frogans slides.

Latest version

The following alpha version of the FSDL Software Library is embedded in version alpha 1.4.3 of Frogans Player for Developers.

Deprecated versions

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Historical versions of the FSDL specification

These historical technical specifications of the Frogans technology were granted free of charge and irrevocably by STG Interactive S.A. to the OP3FT, as part of the initial endowment of the OP3FT when the latter was created in 2012.

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