Responsive HTML5 Layouts provided by RoboHelp 11 not only adjust to many screen sizes and devices. They also move navigational elements depending on orientation and what makes sense for the user. The first generation of HTML5 layouts were “adaptive”. These certainly work, but they require generating for multiple devices using Media Queries. By providing the choice of Responsive Layouts, the author can now deliver “device-independent” content for more flexibility.
We will also look at ways to test and preview on actual devices instead of relying on imperfect previewers and simulators. The presentation will be presented with live video on various devices. This way, the audience can see the effect of touch, swipe and other gestures in real time.