oXygen is one of the most popular tools for authoring structured content, particularly in the DITA community. With the support of Syncro Soft — the company behind oXygen — we have developed a plug-in that allows oXygen enthusiasts to publish content in one click, directly from the oXygen interface to Fluid Topics. See how simple [...]
Starting with the release of v3.2, we are streamlining our version management and release process for Fluid Topics. Please find highlights of this new process below. We are DevOps We compile, test and deliver one new version of Fluid Topics every week, usually on Monday. Each released version is valid for production. However to avoid [...]
In this blog post, we sift through the complexity of multilingual content delivery, especially when not all documents are translated and available in every language. The situation Your technical documentation is published in multiple languages: 2, 10, even 20 or more for some of you. The easy case would be to have all documents — [...]
Intelligent Content is the new trendy topic in the technical documentation galaxy. I had the occasion to assist to numerous presentations and panels around this subject during the fall 2015 conferences and tradeshows like IDW in San Jose, Lavacon in New Orleans or Tekom in Stuttgart, and I want to share some feelings and disappointment. [...]
Among the new features of Fluid Topics version 2.7 release, access control is certainly the trickiest one and it deserves some clarification. Most of our clients are interested in securing access to their content. Some of the motivations and use cases for secure access include: Make part of the documentation publicly accessible, while the rest [...]
The new version of Fluid Topics delivers major improvements to the search experience to boost the efficiency of information access: more knowledge objects in the unified search, preview of content from within the search page, intelligent spellchecker, etc.