Doc-To-Help 2012 introduces Mobile Help, an HTML 5-based output designed for display on mobile devices. You don’t have to format, code, or design. Just select the output and click build. You get an output complete with navigation, TOC, index, and multitouch support. Doc-To-Help will even scale your images!
See a sample at doctohelp.com/mobilehelp.
Generating Mobile Help is easy, just select it from Doc-To-Help’s target menu and click build.
Once it is generated, copy it to a file on your Web server. There is no complicated deployment process. No IT skills required.
You can use the theme designer change the appearance of your output, change the header, and add a logo and set other preferences. You can also use the jQuery UI Theme Roller (http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/) tool to completely customize your own theme.
- Built with jQuery Mobile
jQuery Mobile is the most flexible, powerful, and lightweight technology available. Since it’s based on HTML 5, it supports all major mobile platforms including iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Palm WebOS, MeeGo, Opera, and Kindle. See a complete list of supported browsers here.
- Easy to deploy
To deploy Mobile Help all you need to do is copy it to a folder on a Web server. No special technology or skill is necessary.
- Full multi-touch support
Pinch, swipe, tap, and rotate all you want. It is supported.
- Three levels of customization
- Use the theme designer to add a logo, choose icons, and set preferences.
- ThemeRoller compatible
- The underlying style sheets, HTML, and jQuery files are also fully customizable, so you can do anything you want.