I would like to share these scenarios bellow to get tips for the best workflow. I work a magazine that will migrate from DPS Classic to DPS 2015. We have folios to tablets (1024x768) and smartphones (320x480) and (640x1136). Now, with DPS 2015, we will produce HTML files for both devices. My scenarios:
1 - A project with one Top Content Level, that will be suitable with new HTML files. I will publish one time for all devices. But I will need to choose just one folio format for tablet and smartphones.
2 - A project with two Top Content Level (tablets/smartphones). Here I will need to publish my HTML file twice. But I could choose the best folio format for each device.
Anyone has some tip about it? How could I have the better workflow
Honestly the only option right now is to pick #2. Even if your HTML content scales nicely across all devices types, you'll want to have different browse pages for the two device classes since their design will almost certainly be different between phones and tablets.
As a user this seems pretty much the same... whether one takes action at the article level twice or at the collection level twice. I think Felipe was looking for a way to publish once to both collections--meaning one set of click actions would publish to both collections. And the answer to that is "And you'll need to re-publish each collection to which you added the new article."
You need to add HTML articles to both the iPhone-specific collection and the iPad-specific collection, but you don't need to publish them twice. The same articles can appear in both collections. The same fixed-layout articles (either iPad or iPhone) can appear in both IPad and iPhone collections with letter boxing. You can decide whether to create different fixed-layout articles for phones and tablets.