Enhanced Support for Microsoft Technologies Added to Content Publishing Tool Doc-To-Help Doc-To-Help 2012 v3 Offers Users the Freedom to Work in Multiple Technology Platforms
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Doc-To-Help, a trusted name and award-winning product in the content publishing tool market, has announced the release of Doc-To-Help 2012 v3. This release is part of a yearly subscription service and adds support for newly available technologies, including Microsoft Windows 8 and Word 2013, providing users the ability to upgrade their environments without trouble or concern.
"The v3 release of Doc-To-Help 2012 focuses on supporting the latest technology available, including support for Windows 8, Word 2013, Internet Explorer 10, and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012," said Dan Beall, product manager of Doc-To-Help. "This update is dedicated to making sure Doc-To-Help is compatible with upgrades that users may be making to their own environment," said Beall.
Doc-To-Help 2012 features a Help output called NetHelp 2.0, which is a jQuery-based, cross-platform output that is displayed in the user's default browser. It is architected to easily embed a single topic, or an entire Help system, into a web page. This allows users to stream updated content to their website efficiently.
Doc-To-Help first supported EPUB 2.0 in August of 2012, which ensured that Doc-To-Help users can deliver content where their customers need it. This latest release adds support for EPUB 3.0. "It means users can rest assure that Doc-To-Help's EPUB output will work on as many devices as possible," said Beall.
For companies and users who would like to gather user feedback for their Help system (such as commenting and ratings) and build a user community, it is possible to do so with Doc-To-Help. Beall also shared how users can use Doc-To-Help's integration with DISQUS's latest version to have a conversation with their readers. Plus, Beall revealed DISQUS's notable features include: user voting, SEO optimization, and a personalized "My DISQUS" site.
To see an example of a Help system with DISQUS enabled for commenting, see this online sample: http://www.doctohelp.com/newimages/disqus/.
A 30-day Doc-To-Help Enterprise trial is available at http://www.doctohelp.com. The company offers purchase options online at http://www.doctohelp.com/store or by telephone (800.858.2739 or 412.681.4343).
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Doc-To-Help, developed by ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity, has been the premier authoring and publishing tool in the market since 1991. It enables technical communicators, policy writers, and other content creators to author in Doc-To-Help's XML-based editor, Microsoft Word, or HTML, and publish to the Web, Help systems, Mobile, EPUB or printed manuals with a single click. ComponentOne is the only vendor that gives users everything needed to create documentation deliverables in one application. Its unique combination of editing, single sourcing, and publishing technology translates to significant time savings and the highest level of quality. Since Doc-To-Help is the complete documentation solution, the need for additional tools has been eliminated.
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