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Without a moment’s hesitation, I can name the most stressful phase of documentation development. It’s pre-publishing. The tension grows when you realize the importance of the release. You try to do your best, but very often the stress plays a trick with you. You neglect misprints, broken links, and messed up page numbering. And these minor mistakes can make a huge trouble for you.
To be sure that your document is of the superb quality, follow the pre-publishing checklist. It covers every troublesome aspect of document pre-publishing and will help you not to miss a thing.
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Have you ever come to realize how interconnected things are in the computer world today? There are dozens of operating systems and piles of applications out there, and their number grows each day at the speed of light. And the greater that number becomes, the more the need for interactivity gets.
Why would we care about software interactions? Well, imagine yourself having a night out with a gang of your pals. And suddenly you all decide to go to the movie tomorrow. The legend says that our ancestors in such cases were concerned about coming to the cinema two hours earlier, staying in line at the box office, and quite often still getting unlucky to run short of tickets available or, at the best case, get the aisle seats of the last row.
Today, we simply open a cinema app on our devices the moment we come up with the idea and become few swipes and a couple of taps away from getting the tickets purchased without even having to print them.
This is called the almighty API in full play.
Have you ever considered using infographics to communicate technical information to your audience?
In a world of multiple gadgets and social media, we have no time for lengthy content. Digital revolution has had its impact on our cognitive abilities, making us quick consumers of short chunks of information. This is where infographics comes into play, being able to inform while entertaining.
Release Notes can be characterized as a way of formal written communication within the development team, between the development team and management or software users. Very often, the true value of the Release Notes documentation is WAY underestimated, and in this article, I shall prove its genuine worth.