How to create native Mobile Apps & richer ePUBS in RoboHelp 2015

On July 21, 2015, Adobe’s Chief Engineer for RoboHelp 2015, Mr. Amit Jha himself, delivered an in-depth “how to” webinar session on creating mobile apps with RoboHelp 2015.

You can get the recording of this webinar here:

Generating native mobile apps and richer ePUBS with new RoboHelp 2015

Note: you will need to click on [REGISTER] to obtain access to the recording. You will  receive a confirmation webpage that  has a link with webinar name. Click on that and you will see title and description, and the [REGISTER] button will have changed to [VIEW NOW].

The following minute markers will help you locate the portion of the recording that is of highest relevance or interest to your needs:

03:00

Review over new user interface

04:30

Content centric apps and ePUB Enhancements

05:30

Demo of an ePUB, iBook published live on tablet … can see EMBEDDED FONTS in ePUB format

06:00

A look at layout editor choice that enables you to embed custom fonts

08:00

How single-click mobile app output works

How Phonegap:Build is used to facilitate the process

09:00

Illustrated steps/workflow for creating a mobile app

11:30

LIVE DEMO of creating a mobile app with RoboHelp

13:00

View published mobile iOs output in iTools to see how it will look

14:00

Using dynamic filters in the mobile app to suppress unwanted detail

15:00

How end of mobile app creation displays a QR code and long URL for easy capture of the app

17:00

Review over choices in HTML5 layout editor for setting up Filters, etc.

19:00

How to preview what tablet of smart phone output will look like; how to control maximum pixel width for media query

21:00

NEW ability to show/hide the Branding Bar at top of HTML5 output screen when displayed on small mobile phone screen

22:00

Review over Android specific settings in Mobile App Settings

27:00

Attendee polling/survey results

Maxwell Hoffmann

I am the Adobe Global Product Evangelist for Tech Comm Suite. I am passionate about powerful, single-source publishing that can deliver content anytime, anywhere, any way.

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