ClickHelp as an Alternative to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA)

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Alexander Muravyov

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The technologies that support the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) promise numerous benefits when it comes to single-source and multi-format publishing. DITA is supposed to save us a lot of time creating, maintaining, and updating content. Those improvements come with substantial costs (significant energy and time spent implementing DITA solutions) that make creating content more difficult than it ought to be. No single technology will suit the needs of every organization, this is true of tools that support the creation of DITA-based technical documentation. Join us for a discussion about the online product documentation creation platform, ClickHelp. We'll take a peek at the simple-to-use ClickHelp WYSIWYG editor that supports the production of single-source dynamic content without the need to learn a complex technology. Discover why some documentation teams find ClickHelp to be more cost-effective than a traditional DITA implementation while providing the functionality required to produce exceptional product content experiences. Join us for a chat with Alexander Muravyov to learn what ClickHelp has to offer and to discover whether it might be a good fit for your technical documentation teams' needs.

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