A Guide to the Build Automation Features in MadCap Flare
Justin Bondoc

Posted by Justin Bondoc

February 22, 20189 Comments

In MadCap Flare, publishing builds is a relatively simple process - your content is added and formatted in the project, the target is developed, and you’re ready to build and publish the final output. But say you’re …

Context is Key: Making the Case for Translating Documentation Before UI
Mike McDermott

Posted by Mike McDermott

February 15, 20182 Comments

When it comes to the translation process, what comes first - translating the UI or translating the documentation? For many organizations, it is common to translate the user interface strings prior to …

Three Reasons to Join Us at the Upcoming OCSTC Meeting on February 20
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

February 13, 2018

Are you a current MadCap Flare user based in Orange County, or interested in learning more about the latest tools and technology in technical communication? Join me on February 20th for an upcoming event hosted by …

Why We Jumped From DITA and Doxygen to MadCap Flare
Vrej Hezaran

Posted by Vrej Hezaran

February 8, 20182 Comments

In my previous post, I mentioned that when I started at CM Labs, I recognized that we needed to switch from Oxygen XML Editor with Doxygen generation to MadCap Flare for our online help outputs. In that blog post, I …

MadCap Scholar Program Series – An Interview with Chris Ninkovich, Instructor at British Columbia Institute of Technology
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

February 1, 2018

In our latest post of our MadCap Scholar Program Series, we’re excited to share our interview with Chris Ninkovich of British Columbia Institute of Technology. As an instructor of a course that focuses on …