As the world becomes more connected to mobile, and as more complicated apps get created for mobile devices in general, connecting these native mobile apps to “Help” in the form of mobile-optimized WebHelp, such as Flare’s WebHelp Mobile, has been a topic of great interest for technical writers recently.

Neil Perlin, MadCap Flare Certified Instructor and president of Hyper/Word Services, a consulting firm, has written a great white paper on the topic. In it, he discusses the specifics of integrating native apps to “Help”, with a focus on the WebHelp Mobile output created and first introduced to the tech writing industry in MadCap Flare.

How To Connect a Native App to "Help" -- Help Menu-Style

To read the full white paper, visit:
Integrating Native Mobile Apps and “Help” with MadCap Flare, by Neil Perlin

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David Ferriot

About David Ferriot

As Marketing Director, David manages MadCap Software’s overall marketing efforts, including web development, email marketing, trade shows and events, content marketing, social media, marketing automation and more. With over 10 years of experience working in marketing and advertising, David enjoys leading his team to fuel the growth and adoption of MadCap Software's powerful suite of content development tools, conference events and first-rate services.

Last Modified: September 11, 2014

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