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One Page Template, Multiple Languages
Nils Bier

Nils Bier on April 22, 2015

Nils Bier

Nils Bier on April 22, 2015

One Page Template, Multiple Languages

Today, I'd like to share with you a little secret about Scroll Translations. It’s the Confluence add-on which lets you manage Confluence content in multiple languages within a single space. This makes it simple to add page translations. But how about page templates and blueprints? Does the same apply to them? The answer is yes. It's not only possible to create multilingual page templates – it’s easy. In this blogpost, I'll show you how to modify the troubleshooting blueprint (or any other page template) and make it speak in foreign tongues.

Scroll Viewport 2.1: Introducing the Web-Based Theme Editor - Viewport Development Made Easy

The Scroll Viewport 2.1 release is dedicated to all the viewport theme developers out there! Creating and editing viewport themes is now easier than ever (forget FTP!). Here are six reasons why you folks (not only theme developers!) should embrace Scroll Viewport 2.1 – the latest version of an add-on for Confluence that's also a framework for delivering Confluence content even simpler and faster to the web.

Scroll Viewport 2.0 - Simplified User Interface and Powerful New Features
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on February 17, 2015

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on February 17, 2015

Scroll Viewport 2.0 - Simplified User Interface and Powerful New Features

When we first released Scroll Viewport on the Atlassian Marketplace in 2013, we claimed it was the best way to publish from Confluence to the web. Since then, we’ve learned a great deal from numerous website projects – and as a result, we’ve reconsidered the whole concept and spent many hours working on developments. Now, we’re proud to present Scroll Viewport 2.0 – a Confluence add-on that's a framework for delivering Confluence content even simpler and faster to the web.

Webinar - How CA Technologies Broke the Rules - The DocOps Approach to Agile Technical Content
Nils Bier

Nils Bier on December 19, 2014

Nils Bier

Nils Bier on December 19, 2014

Webinar - How CA Technologies Broke the Rules - The DocOps Approach to Agile Technical Content

On December 16, James Turcotte, SVP, Business Unit Executive of CA Technologies, gave a presentation on how Computer Associates keeps product documentation updated and improves turn-over time. In this presentation, James coined the term DocOps, describing it as the sibling of DevOps. Support agents, developers and, of course, technical communicators cooperate to deliver value to the customer. They do this by continuously improving documentation and knowledge management, even after release. We are delighted that our very own Scroll Versions enabled them to manage their content in Confluence.

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