Prerequisites, installation, configuration, troubleshooting, etc.
Probably want to clean up/clarify the web technologies used as well. HTML5 is a very buzzword-y term that has many problems:
- It's very buzzword-y and it's meaning very unclear for many audiences.
- The current HTML (and related) specification is developed both in W3C and WHATWG. The latter prefers a living specification without versions, and so just call it "HTML".
- Our client uses technology that is covered by more specifications than just the HTML one. A "HTML5" compliant browser could very well not support our client.
So we should probably use something more general like "modern web technologies" and list more exact requirements.
Is this list of supported platforms still correct? Is Firefox mobile so different from the desktop browser that it needs a separate entry?
> • Internet Explorer 10 or newer (Desktop Mode)
> • Internet Explorer 10 or newer (Metro Mode)
> • Firefox 11 or newer
> • Firefox Mobile 11 or newer
> • Google Chrome 16 or newer
> • Safari 6 or newer
- /webaccess/logging is not fully documented.
- Screenshots and descriptions of the client UI is missing.
Some of the problems mentioned here have been addressed over time. The areas that I can see that we are still lacking in are:
* Documentation for webaccess logging
And lastly, and perhaps most importantly:
* Screenshots and descriptions of the interface
Usage documentation has now been fixed, so the only thing that remains is a troubleshooting section.