Author Homepage: http://www.flyskysoft.com
- unlimited number of local/remote databases for backup
- unlimited number of Windows/Linux servers (FB 2.1, 2.5 and 3.0 are supported)
- option for managing multiple backups for one database
- optional ZIP compression and FTP transfer of backups
- running as an application or as a service
- lifetime license only USD 20
Total 1 product
Fly Help v.7.0.0416
By Michael Liu.10 Jul 2014
DescriptionFly Help is an authoring tool for Help document authors, technical writers, and developers to create online help. The program provides an easy way to create Microsoft HTML Help (CHM), Web Help ( Browser-based Help ). Drag a folder containing HTML files and drop it onto Fly Help, then click Compile. How simple it is. And more, it also provides powerful functions and tools for editing HTML files, customizing Help, designing TOC and Index, importing Microsoft Word documents, exploring CHM files, and so on.
- Status: Fully functional
- Source: None
- price: $99.95
- Size: 3 790kB
Platforms: C2k10, C2k6, C2k7, C2k9, CB64, CBXE, CBXE2, CBXE3, CBXE4, CBXE5, CBXE6, D2005, D2006, D2007, D2009, D2010, D7, DXE, DXE2, DXE3, DXE4, DXE5, DXE6, DXE64
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