HTML5 Publishing Series Post #3: Creating Android Apps

April 23, 2013 @ 6:34 PM, By Vikram Verma

Dear RoboHelp Users, In my last post on this thread, I described how you can create multiscreen HTML5 content for various devices using RoboHelp 10. Since my last post, I have had several conversations with users regarding this functionality. I presented the multiscreen HTML5 feature in the TC World Bangalore conference, where a number of read more…

HTML5 Publishing Series Post #2: Creating multiscreen HTML5 output using RoboHelp 10

February 5, 2013 @ 5:47 AM, By Vikram Verma

Hello Everyone, Hope all of you are doing well. This is the 2nd post of the HTML5 Publishing Series. Here is the link for those of you who missed the first one. In this post, I will show you how, in just four steps, you can create visually stunning help systems for a variety of read more…

Mobile Goes Global: How to keep pace

December 12, 2012 @ 12:35 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Did you know that more people on the planet use mobile phones than toothbrushes? Did you know that there are 5x as many cellphones on the planet as there are PCs? In 2013 mobile devices will overtake PCs as the most common means of access to the Web. Val Swisher of Content Rules delivered a read more…

View Flexible Interaction Language Scheme for multi-device publishing via RoboHelp 10

November 15, 2012 @ 12:13 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Our November 9th blog on “3 Key Webinar Recordings to Help set your strategy for 2013” made reference to our recording of a November webinar with Joe Welinske, which focused on how to use on placeholder (UDV) for multiple device gestures when single-source publishing to multiple screens. Specifically, you may have documentation for an app, read more…

3 Key Webinar Recordings to Help set your strategy for 2013

November 9, 2012 @ 4:44 AM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

[Updated Blog: webinar recording links and additional information added] — Our goal at Adobe Tech Comm is not only to provide meaningful “how to” demos on our product line, but also to share vision and strategy from experienced thought leaders and practitioners from our field. In the month of November, we had 3 especially interesting read more…

Tablet and Mobile Roundup: Compendium of Tech Comm Suite recordings

November 6, 2012 @ 3:56 AM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Tech Comm Suite 4 with RoboHelp 10 and FrameMaker 11 introduced vastly improved capabilities to publish to tablets and mobile devices with the addition of multiscreen HTML5 output. Now, single-source publishing can swiftly address multiple devices on a customized basis based on media query, profiles and more. AdobeTCS has recently hosted a series of webinars read more…

RoboHelp 10: Screen profiles and layouts for Multiscreen HTML5

November 5, 2012 @ 2:17 PM, By Nandini Gupta

The Multiscreen HTML5 feature is introduced in RoboHelp 10. It’s a Single Source Layout which can be configured based on any HTML5 compatible device that could be used for viewing your content. This feature gives authors the power to generate the outputs which can be viewed on any mobile device such as iPad, iPhone, Android read more…

White Paper and Webinar on RoboHelp 10 User Defined Variables

October 24, 2012 @ 12:30 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

User assistance thought pioneer, Joe Welinske, has authored a valuable White Paper that addresses an important issue: how to use a flexible interaction language scheme with User Defined Variables. This blog touches on key concepts contained in the White Paper; you may download the White Paper “Interactions with User Defined Variables” by clicking here. Adobe read more…

Multiscreen Help Authoring: Dealing with the explosion in device sizes

October 23, 2012 @ 12:29 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

This week a smaller, leaner, meaner iPad was introduced by Apple, increasing the number and type of tablet or mobile devices that we must all eventually publish to. The challenges can seem daunting at first. Fortunately, seasoned user-assistance thought pioneer, Joe Welinske, has authored a highly useful White Paper. You may download and review “Multiscreen read more…

Global Mobile Lessons from Localization World

October 22, 2012 @ 4:32 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Last week Adobe participated in the Localization World conference on the edge of Seattle’s busy harbor. Passing ferrry boats and container ships were unable to divert the attendees attention from dozens of relevant and compelling presentations on the latest challenges facing anyone who wants to make their content go global. Although the conference’s focus was read more…

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