Importing API reference documentation into a MadCap Flare project

Last year, we blogged about creating an API documentation portal using MadCap Flare (see also: Example of API documentation portal using MadCap Flare). Since then, a number of people have contacted us to ask for more details on ways to do this. We’ve put together a video outlining the different approaches and issues. This approach can work with… Read more »

Incorporating the Stripe API look and feel into a MadCap Flare project

Back in July, we looked at creating an API documentation portal using MadCap Flare (see also: Example of API documentation portal using MadCap Flare) . We done some further testing. We’ve created two new examples for  API documentation that had been generated with the Stripe API look and feel and imported into Flare: Example A – Replacing… Read more »

MadWorld 2016 Conference Review – Day Two

Last week, I spoke at, and attended, Madworld 2016, the conference hosted by MadCap Software for its users. Here is a summary of what I saw and heard on the second day. These were mostly for advanced users; I didn’t see any of the presentations aimed at new users of Flare.

MadWorld 2016 Conference Review – Day One

Last week, I spoke at, and attended, Madworld 2016, the conference hosted by MadCap Software for its users. It’s the most rewarding and enjoyable of all the conferences on technical communication that I attend. Here is a summary of what I saw and heard on the first day.

MadWorld 2014 conference review

Once again, I enjoyed immensely Madcap Software’s MadWorld conference in San Diego. This was Madcap’s second annual conference, building on the success of MadWorld 2013.