ePublisher allows you to take advantage of new technologies and empowers you with features and formats that keep the integrity of your message while meeting the preferences of your audience. The WebWorks platform offers technical communicators the ability to convert single-source documentation to 16 different premium outputs through a <b style="color: #f7941e; ">"one-click" publishing workflow</b>.
WebWorks Reverb - HTML5/Responsive UX system for any device or environment that is customizable, easy to localize, super fast, and powerful. Ideal for context- sensitive help, mobile, desktop, as well as server-side applications.
Dynamic HTML - Fully functional and stylized HTML for more basic implementations.
ePUB – Create eBooks with superior layout and content conversions for even the most complex graphics and tables.
PDF – Create standalone PDFs or PDFs integrated into your online help.
Eclipse Help, SunJava Help, and many more!
WebWorks has developed a proprietary HTML5 mobile output called WebWorks Reverb that you won't find in any other publishing solution. WebWorks Reverb will publish HTML5 to any device, present or future, all from a single file set, with no need for you to develop several custom templates or do any additional formatting. Remember, just because someone has HTML5 doesn't mean they have WebWorks Reverb!
Instead of having to go into the source documents and change the conditions every time you publish, you can just set the proper conditions in your ePublisher target. No matter what the conditions are set to in the source documents, ONLY the conditions that you have approved will display in the published output. Just simply add or change the content you want and then let ePublisher generate the right output with the right conditional text automatically. This is the one-click publishing workflow that ePublisher can give you under any circumstance.
ePublisher allows you to generate publications that include multiple PDF files while preserving the hypertext links between separate PDF files. Not only are your hypertext links preserved, but if you have links between different document types, such as Word to FrameMaker or Structured FrameMaker to FrameMaker or Word to DITA, your hypertext links will still resolve between your separate documents.