Fluid Topics integrates all your technical content from any source, in any format. Create a unified repository of enriched content and remove the complexity of publishing across information silos.
How We Unify Tech Doc
Structured Content, Natively Processed
You name it, we can process it. There’s no need to create or maintain custom transformation scripts. From DITA, Docbook and other XML-based formats, to HTML, Markdown and YAML, Fluid Topics comes ready with a set of processing pipelines to ingest your content in its native format.
Unstructured Content, Reborn
When it comes to unstructured content, Fluid Topics doesn’t stop at full text indexing. We restructure common formats such as Word, HTML, Wiki markup, FrameMaker and MadCap Flare, in order to provide the same content experience across the board. It’s as if they were all born structured.
Connect All Applications
Technical content and product information are created and stored in a variety of applications beyond the common writing tools. That’s why our connectors can ingest not only parts catalogs, Salesforce knowledge bases, and Confluence Wikis but also relational databases, Jira cards, Swagger API references and community content.
Multimedia and Beyond
They say that pictures are worth a thousand words, and we agree. Fluid Topics ingests and indexes any type of multimedia file, then optimizes how it’s rendered so that it can be embedded in a document or published as a standalone element for viewing or downloading. Raw images, vector graphics, animation, interactive SVGs, 3D images – even audio and video – nothing is beyond Fluid Topics.
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Plug in and Publish
Connect your CCMS and publish seamlessly from Adobe AEM, Author-it, Componize, Ixiasoft, Oxygen, Schema ST4, and more with ready-to-use integrations
Use our APIs and SDKs at will to add connectors from any in-house or proprietary source
Streamline your content publishing workflow and release as often as needed
Full DITA Support
Includes all specializations, customizations, cross references, and keys