The industry's leading documentation product, Doc-To-Help, has won The Code Project Members Choice Award for the third year in a row. The Code Project announced the winners of their Third Annual Members Choice awards for best development products and tools at a reception preceding Microsoft’s TechEd 20111 conference in Atlanta, GA. Doc-To-Help has won the award in the Documentation and Help category since the award program began.
“The CodeProject.com members were asked to rate their favorites on http://catalog.codeproject.com/ and then The Code Project staff compiled the highest rated listings, awarding Doc-To-Help the highest award in the Documentation and Help category,” said Jeff Hadfield, president of The Code Project.
Doc-To-Help enables technical communicators, policy writers, and other content creators to author in Doc-To-Help's XML-based editor, Microsoft Word, or HTML (or use existing documents) and publish to the Web, Help systems or printed manuals with a single click.
“Doc-To-Help continues to benefit from a close relationship with Microsoft and our user base,” said Dan Beall, product manager at ComponentOne. “We are able to constantly evolve to stay on pace with what today’s communicators need. We are the only tool, for example, to support Visual Studio developers and SharePoint users.”
This award coincides with the twentieth anniversary of Doc-To-Help. Since its inception, Doc-To-Help has been the tool technical communicators turn to and count on for all their documentation needs.
“We welcome the distinction of being the go-to documentation tool for members of the Code Project Community and appreciate their support,” said Beall. “The user experience has always been our main focus when developing past and succeeding versions of the Doc-To-Help product.”