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What did we originally think: A book in digital form Readable on- Computers Smart phones Tablets ….. And then we wanted more…. Color, Interactivity, MathML, videos, audio, semantics, social mobility…..
There were multiple standards: ePDF EPUB Mobi HTML…Each with it’s own feature set but not all together ….
Language Support Enhanced global language support Enables vertical writing, or defining writing directions
Semantic Tagging Supports semantic tagging, a feature introduced HTML-5 will provide advantage of having improved accessibility
Semantic Inflection epub:type=“this is a footnote” epub:switch=“to MathML” epub:trigger=“start Playing” Enhance the reading experience for Users
Audio / Video Audio / Video can be synchronized with text
Comparison EPUB 3.0 EPUB 2.0.1 1. XHTML5 1. XHTML 1.1 and DTBook 2. SVG appear in spine 2. SVG nested inside XHTML file 3. Support for MathML 3. Replaced with images 4. EPUB Navigation 4. NCX Navigation 5. Supports CSS 3 5. CSS 2 6. Scripting feature - interactivity 6. No scripting support 7. Audio can be text synch’ed 7. Not present
Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way Video and Audio Cookbooks for how to learning guides Subject lectures
Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way Synchronized Text and Audio For rhymes Children books Learning languages
Devices and User Agent on EPUB 3 Popular reading systems yet to support EPUB3 completely
Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way HTML 5 - CSS 3 - EPUB Navigation EPUB for Educational textbooks with semantic approach Efficiency in handling layout and accessibility Opportunities for broader range of interactive products Books, magazines, professional and educational textbooks
Conclusion Standard is ready and now released Content that we were not sure to be good for digital is now much needed content to be digitized! Typesetting / composition workflows need to take into account the new requirements Back files can be new revenue generators Add updated content Enhance the content with video and audio components Work with the service provider to unleash the full potential of EPUB3