Adobe RoboHelp 2019.0.14 LATEST
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The latest version of Adobe RoboHelp was redesigned user interface that brings minimalistic visual elements that promote fast tool discovery, increased productivity, and tight integration with web-based technologies for better workflow. The projects made in the app can be enhanced with content created in other Adobe suite apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and others. The app will also help you reduce wasted time by intelligent content reuse, maintaining cleaner project structure, and built-in tools for previewing your WebHelp, Responsive Design content, Eclipse Help and other project types in multiple emulated display types.
When you are finished with the creation of your WebHelp or other types of projects, the exporting and publishing options are numerous and oriented toward new web and mobile platforms. In addition to built-in tools for multiformat publishing (Responsive HTML5, PDF, Microsoft Help (CHM), WebHelp, and others), RoboHelp also has a single-click tool for the mobile app generation. With it, you can create, test, and publish iOS and Android apps for both smartphones and tablets. Be aware that this powerful feature of this app is available only for users who have purchased an Adobe PhoneGap Build license.
Originally released to the public in 1992 under Gen Kiyooka and Blue Sky Software (later known as eHelp Corporation), RoboHelp received numerous upgrades over the following years. The fifth standalone version of the app was released in 2004, one year after Macromedia purchased eHelp Corporation. The app became part of Adobe suite of productivity apps in 2005 when Adobe Inc purchased Macromedia. Since 2007, Adobe worked on an incredible number of development updates of Robo Help, introducing features such as importing of HTML or XHTML files in 2009, shared and linked resources in 2011, multi-screened HTML5 and KF8/MOBI export support in 2012, single-click responsive HTML5 publishing in 2014, mobile app support in 2015, expanded HTML5 support in 2017 and new interface and a wide variety of new tools in 2018.
Adobe RoboHelp is not a part of the current Adobe Creative Suite offering and can be purchased via a monthly subscription as a standalone app. In addition to this, users can test the full version of Adobe Robo Help via a 30-day FREE trial.
Note: 30 days trial version.