Doc-To-Help’s NetHelp 2.0* output integrates easily with three popular Google applications: Google Translate, Google Analytics, and Google Search.
The Doc-To-Help Team has already written blog posts (with detailed instructions) on each option, but I wanted to gather all the blogs in one place so you don’t have to search for the “Trifecta.”
Here they are:
- Instant Localization: Integrating Google Translate into NetHelp (See Doc-To-Help’s user assistance for a real-world example.)
- Track Your Readership: Integrating Google Analytics into Your NetHelp
- Integrating Google Custom Search into Your NetHelp Outputs
And one more bit of related Google goodness — you can use Google Drive and Doc-To-Help to author on the Cloud:
So if you need translation, analytics, custom search, or want to take advantage of the Cloud — Doc-To-Help may be the perfect choice for you. The Google Translate functionality is new in Doc-To-Help 2012 V2, which you can download here.*NetHelp 2.0 is a cross-platform, browser-based output that is displayed in the user’s default browser and is jQuery-based. (jQuery is a flexible new web technology that separates content from presentation and is easy to customize.) To learn more, see the blog post: Introducing NetHelp 2.0