HDA Version 2.0 (current)
We rely heavily on the Liquid templating language and the front matter structure in Jekyll to structure our site.
The International Image Interoperability Framework is an emerging standard for providing access to digital images. By using a shared standard instead of local or proprietary systems, researchers and institutions can benefit. Given that our project relies on manuscript from four separate institutions, it was necessary to design our project to accommodate a range of attribution.
Manifests for each of the manuscript facsimiles are available:
- B manifest
- BR manifest
- P manifest
- R manifest
- T manifest
HDA Version 3.0 Development Notes and Progress Updates
We are currently developing HDA 3.0. and key features of the new version will include user account creation, user annotation functionality, and collaborative commentary and resolution of editorial queries. The HDA user account will also include a suggest and feedback feature. HDA 3.0. is being developed using ReactJS to manage the user database.
Archived versions of the HDA
HDA Version 1.0
Version 1.0 of the Huon d’Auvergne Digital Archive is built using Ruby on Rails. The site includes transcriptions of all four Franco-Italian manuscripts (B, T, P, Br) and a draft English translation of manuscript B.