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Bootcamp: Introduction to DPS storefront development
DPS applications can be customized using HTML5. In this video, you will learn about the starting points to develop your own custom storefront for a DPS application. This session was presented by Klaasjan Tukker during the DPS EMEA Bootcamp 2014 in Stockholm.
Sundance 2014: Sterlin Harjo - This May Be the Last Time
Show: Adobe at Sundance
Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo describes his 2014 Sundance entry "This May Be the Last Time." Using his grandfather's 1962 car accident as a starting point, the film explores a Muskogee Indian singing tradition that incorporates Scottish missionary songs, Christian hymns, and slave spirituals.
ROBOHELP 10: Auto-Generate a TOC
Most of the time in RoboHelp 10, you will want to customize your TOC. Although it would be rare to want a TOC that exactly matches your project structure, you can instantly generate such a TOC as a starting point for your customization. Watch this 2.5 minute video to find out just how simple this process is.
Sarah O'Keefe: It's Not About the Tool
In this STC/Adobe interview, Sara O'Keefe maintains that your search for a solution should not start with a focus on what tools to select for authoring. You starting point should be determining what type of relevant, business-critical content you need to deliver. Do you need to deliver high quality PDF? Can your users be happy with web and mobile access only? Will your content require a certain type of metadata? How will you manage your content? Once you have answered these questions, then you can qualify and determine which authoring tools will best suit your needs.
Part 01 - Introduction
Get started learning about some of the key frequently used terms in web design such as URL, web server, HTML and CSS. Then get a quick overview of the fundamentals of websites and how they work. Explore the provided sample design that serves as the starting point for building the actual site in Dreamweaver.
Introduction to LiveCycle ES2 Processes
This video introduces you to creating processes in Workbench ES2. You will learn the basics of processes, the objects within them and how they work, how to add objects to a process, and how to edit the properties of objects in a process. Topics include variables, start points, operations, routes, and swimlanes.