Reminder - Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) will End of Life on August 31st, 2019. 
DPS content runs on the most popular smartphones, tablets, and browsers. Optimize your content and use techniques like renditions to improve production efficiencies.

James Lockman (Nov 03, 2014)
Learn about the differences between DPS folios and EPUB 3 from a use case and business perspective.
Delivering a Consistent and Immersive App Experience Across iOS, Android and Windows
Neil Enns (Jul 29, 2014)
Learn how to create a native Android DPS app using the Web-based DPS App Builder, along with techniques leverage the same content across your iOS and Windows DPS apps.
Multi-Platform Publishing: June 2014 Update
(Jun 12, 2014)
Learn about the new DPS support for native Android and Windows Store apps, which includes overlays, custom libraries (Android), and in-app folio purchases (Windows).
iOS 7 Support in v28 DPS Viewer (UPDATED)
Amit Gupta (Sep 24, 2013)
iOS 7 introduces major user interface changes to iPads and iPhones. Learn how the v28 (September 2013) release of DPS supports iOS 7 and what you need to do to prepare.
Making and deploying Android DPS Viewers
Shigeki Amitani, Steve Nichols (Jul 15, 2013)
Learn how to make and deploy Android DPS viewer apps, and how it differs from the iOS viewer.
New Native Android and Windows Content Viewers
(Mar 15, 2014)
Video overview of the new native Content Viewers for Android and Windows, including new support for Android phones.
User interface best practices for building iOS DPS apps
Adobe (Sep 27, 2013)
Recommendations for taking advantage of DPS features to provide an effective, consistent, and user-friendly experience.
iOS 5 End of Life with v28 (UPDATED)
Adobe (Sep 20, 2013)
Understand the impact of the dropping of support of iOS 5 and iPad 1 with the v28 (September 2013) release of DPS.
DPS and iOS 7
Colin Fleming (Sep 14, 2013)
Watch a video overview of DPS' support of iOS 7, including how v28 apps look and behave when running on iOS 6 vs. iOS 7. Also covered is new support for AirDrop sharing and the Mobile Safari Web Viewer.
DPS authoring with InDesign for iPhone and iPod Touch
Colin Fleming (Sep 14, 2013)
Learn best practices and workflow to design and publish DPS content to iPhone and iPod Touch using features in Adobe InDesign.
MAX 2013: Be seen on every screen--Publishing to multiple devices
Ivan Mironchuk, Tara Knight (May 07, 2013)
Join Adobe Digital Publishing Suite experts to learn best practices for designing publications for both tablets and smartphones. View examples of well-designed tablet and smartphone publications.
MAX 2013: Building tablet applications using InDesign and Digital Publishing Suite
Klaasjan Tukker (May 06, 2013)
Learn how to use Adobe InDesign and DPS to create and deliver engaging applications on tablet devices. Understand the workflow to build digital issues that combine the beauty of print with the engagement of interactivity.
Building multi-rendition articles (May 2013)
Colin Fleming (May 02, 2013)
Learn how to make a single folio to look good on both standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD) iPad and iPhone devices.
Creating DPS Folios for Android Devices
Bob Bringhurst (Oct 09, 2012)
Learn about designing folios for different Android device sizes and dimensions.
UPDATED: Tablet publishing on the new iPad
Colin Fleming (May 31, 2012)
Best practices for using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to publish to the new iPad.