I am working with a company that is developing an application based on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). This is new to me, but my understanding is that this will be a Web application that mimics a traditional desktop application. Does anyone know what kind of help can (or must) be used with such an application? Can compiled Help (.CHM) be used or must it be Web Help? I have no problem developing either, but obviously it is easier to manage a .CHM (e.g., re: file management, installation, etc.).
The Help I'm developing is not context sensitive; it's your basic application online Help and it will be accessed by a single link.
WPF is only used to do graphical interfaces. Your company will use other technologies to develop your product. In the end I suppose you'll have a "normal" web app. So WebHelp would be a good choice of help format.
Edit: I'm not sure what you mean by "that mimics a traditional desktop application", though.
Thanks for the info. WebHelp it is, then. --GMc