RoboHelp to Support Newly Released Microsoft Windows Server 2003.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 24, 2003
eHelp(TM) Corp., a worldwide leader in award-winning software since 1990, today announced that its next version of RoboHelp(R) will support Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Server 2003, the highly-anticipated Windows server See Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows Home Server, Windows 2000 and Windows NT. operating system operating system (OS)
Software that controls the operation of a computer, directs the input and output of data, keeps track of files, and controls the processing of computer programs. launched worldwide today. Windows Server 2003 is a comprehensive, integrated and stable infrastructure platform designed to help customers reduce costs and increase the efficiency of IT operations. RoboHelp customers using Windows Server 2003 will benefit from the easy integration and improved security that this winning combination will deliver.
"eHelp is committed to providing our customers with complete support for all Windows platforms so we work closely with Microsoft to stay abreast of upcoming developments," said Jorgen Lien, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of eHelp Corp. "The next version of RoboHelp will fully support Windows Server 2003 and our customers will be impressed with the improvements in integration."
As the server-based version of RoboHelp, RoboHelp Office Pro provides server-based Help and real-time analysis of end-user activity in the Help system and application. RoboEngine(TM), the server component of RoboHelp Office Pro, will run smoothly on Windows Server 2003, resulting in a quick and easy set-up. RoboHelp Office Pro for .NET provides support for every level of .NET Help development including support for Windows Forms Windows Forms is the name given to the graphical user interface application programming interface (API) included as a part of Microsoft's .NET Framework, providing access to the native Microsoft Windows interface elements by wrapping the existing Windows API in managed code. , ASP.NET Web Forms, and XML XML
in full Extensible Markup Language.
Markup language developed to be a simplified and more structural version of SGML. It incorporates features of HTML (e.g., hypertext linking), but is designed to overcome some of HTML's limitations. Web services (1) Loosely, any online service delivered over the Web. Such usage appears in articles from non-technical sources, but not in IT-oriented publications, because definition #2 below describes the correct use of the term. . .NET developers who plan to install Windows Server 2003 will be able to use RoboHelp Office Pro for .NET, the first Help authoring tool to deliver comprehensive support for the Microsoft .NET See .NET. Framework. RoboHelp Office Pro for .NET's support for Windows Server 2003 will allow even easier integration of Help into .NET applications.
About the RoboHelp Family
As the industry standard in Help authoring, the RoboHelp family of products allows technical writers and software developers to easily create professional Help systems for desktop (Windows, Mac, Unix and Linux) and Web-based applications, including .NET. It is comprised of RoboHelp Office, RoboHelp Office Pro, RoboHelp Office Pro for .NET, RoboHelp for Word and RoboHelp for HTML HTML
in full HyperText Markup Language
Markup language derived from SGML that is used to prepare hypertext documents. Relatively easy for nonprogrammers to master, HTML is the language used for documents on the World Wide Web. Help. RoboHelp offers the flexibility to choose from a variety of authoring environments such as the powerful built-in HTML editor, any popular HTML editor, or Microsoft Word. Plus, RoboHelp allows the import of existing content from Word, FrameMaker, HTML projects or existing Help projects. Automated wizards create Help-specific features in seconds, including a table of contents, index and glossary. RoboHelp Office Pro offers all these award-winning features, plus powerful server-based functionality such as automated, real-time analysis of end-user activity in the Help system and application. RoboHelp Office Pro currently supports Windows NT and Windows 2000 and will soon support Windows Server 2003.
Platforms Supported by RoboHelp
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About eHelp Corp.
Founded in 1990, eHelp Corp. (formerly Blue Sky Software) is a worldwide leader in providing award-winning software. eHelp's software products reduce support costs and increase customer satisfaction by dramatically improving the usability of desktop and Web-based applications, intranets and Web sites. As the industry standard in Help authoring, RoboHelp provides the foundation to more than 250 million online Help and user assistance systems currently in use around the world. eHelp's products have won more than 60 prestigious industry awards and more than two-thirds of Fortune 1000 companies are customers. For more information, visit http://www.ehelp.com.
eHelp, RoboEngine and RoboHelp are trademarks or registered trademarks of eHelp Corp. in the United States and other countries. All rights reserved. All other trademarks used are the property of their respective owners.