Multichannel, multiscreen HTML5 publishing—Usher in the future of publishing technical
communication by delivering rich, interactive content virtually anywhere. Publish frameless, crossbrowser,
cross-platform multiscreen HTML5 output to a wide range of channels (such as mobile, web,
desktops, and print) and screens (including tablets and smartphones).
Multiformat publishing—Make your technical content available to users in the format they prefer.
Publish to multiscreen HTML5, WebHelp, CHM, eBook (EPUB 3, Kindle Format 8), native mobile apps
(iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows, Symbian), Adobe® AIR®, PDF, Adobe FlashHelp®, JavaHelp,
EclipseHelp, and OracleHelp for Java™.
Device-based screen profiles—Leverage the scalable, extensible multiscreen HTML5 format to make
output look its best on a range of devices. Create new profiles, specify a range of dimensions or
resolutions for each of them, provide screen frame images for better previewing of output screens,
and specify the browser agents to use to access the content.
Customizable screen layouts—Choose from out-of-the-box layouts for desktop, iPhone#, iPad#,
Kindle Fire, and more, or define custom layouts and map them to screen profiles. Edit the topic style,
content, and search features in each layout. Conveniently change styles using a toolbar. Preview pages
to see how the layouts will appear.
EPUB 3.0 and Kindle Format 8 (KF8) support—Deliver content to smartphones, tablets, and
eBook readers in EPUB 3, KF8 and Mobi formats. Publish to devices (such as iOS and Android™
smartphones and tablets, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble NOOK™, Sony Reader™) and reader
apps (such as Adobe® Digital Editions^, Calibre, Aldiko, and iBooks).
Automatic screen-based content optimization—Allow users to optimize each screen profile
based on the size of the output screen by converting auto-size or text-only pop-ups to
hyperlinks, changing absolute image and table sizes to relative sizes. Enable the pinch-to-zoom
feature, and replace SWF content with Adobe Captivate® HTML5 files on iOS devices.
Server-based publishing—Schedule your publication tasks to be automatically executed once,
daily, weekly, or monthly.
Integration with best-of-breed CMSs—Smoothly integrate with best-of-breed CMSs like EMC
Documentum and Microsoft® SharePoint (via built-in connectors) and many others (using
APIs for customized connectivity with your CMS—Get a set of APIs that help you connect your
enterprise authoring and publishing environments with virtually any CMS. Use server-side and UI
features to source files from or publish them to your CMS of choice.
Shareable publishing task configuration—Reuse settings to set up similar publishing tasks. For
example, if you have created a task to output PDF, multiscreen HTML5, WebHelp, and eBook
(EPUB 3, Kindle Format 8), formats from a set of source documents, you can edit this task to
create a task for other source types.
Superior support for structured content—Enjoy comprehensive support for structured content.
Easily publish XML/DITA content authored in Adobe FrameMaker 11* to professional looking
output, including composite docs and flat books with FrameMaker components. Map XML and
SGML elements to document elements such as tables. Use a context-sensitive styling language
for sophisticated formatting.
Post-publish commands—Automatically run post-publish system commands or batch files. Use
post-publish commands to automatically rename, move, or archive output files, especially when
running regular builds so that subsequent builds do not overwrite earlier output files.
Command-line execution of builds—Invoke tasks and schedules created in FrameMaker
Publishing Server from the Windows command line.
Extensive logging—Take advantage of extensive logging for all processes in publication tasks to
comprehensively report all tasks executed by FrameMaker Publishing Server. You can customize
the level of logging and the parameters to be logged.
Scripting support for automation—Perform custom processing on the input files in
prepublication state. Create scripts with Adobe ExtendScript Toolkit to automate publication
tasks, including prepublication tasks such as applying conditional text for single-sourced