Browse the entire corpus of texts (32852 books) contained in the Early English Books collection. This application was generated automatically using the TEI Processing Model App Generator. It demonstrates the power of the TEI Processing Model applied to a large volume of data.
Another example based on the TEI Processing Model, featuring a collection of Shakespeare plays taken from The Bodleian First Folio. Shows how to create a side by side view of text and facsimile for each page.
A toolbox for publishing TEI documents using the TEI Processing Model. Allows users to experiment with the Processing Model as well as generate their own app from a data set and an ODD file describing the processing rules. It also includes the core library for other apps based on the Processing Model.
The new version of the public website of the Office of the Historian. It uses the TEI Processing Model to browse the Foreign Relations of the United States series, which presents the official documentary historical record of major foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity of the United States Government.
Based on data from "The WordHoard Shakespeare", this app came out of various training events. It uses nothing but XQuery to render the texts.
Features electronic editions of texts in Sanskrit and other Indian languages. This app was created for the SARIT project and you can find the production version here.