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Written by people involved in the development of this specification, EPUB 3 Best Practices includes chapters that cover unique aspects of the EPUB publishing process, such as technology, content creation, and distribution. Scott Kelby. Best Kept Secret. Jeffrey Archer. E L James.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 10, Brian Jones rated it it was ok Shelves: I understand the hesitation to get overly specific with implementation details given the designed flexibility of the platform, but there is so little practical detail here it is useless as a way to get started. Serves as a decent reference to learning by pulling apart other peoples epubs.
This book explains the ins and outs of the EPUB specification 3. The book is slightly outdated: The actual specification is 3. But the different chapters cover still the essential processes and pitfalls of the actual epub production.
Although the book is not completely up-to-date I will only subtract one star: When you are doing a research then you will see that there is — after a hype around — almost no recent authoritative and comprehensive material on ebook production available. One has to put together different bits and pieces from diverse discussion forums mobileRead as one of the best , from the resellers eg.
Apple, site etc. I could not find up-to-date wide-ranging relevant material on the web videos, courses or other training material. The authors target the "ebook practitioner" preface iX. But even if there are many code examples there is still something missing for the practical implementation: All explanations are on a general level as there are no tools provided to apply the knowledge directly in your own book project.
Sure, this agnosticism to special products is intended by the authors as they have to present all the different stakeholders of digital book production.
At the moment End of March there is only a rudimentary manual of an old Sigil version two years ago, which covers just the different functions and some introductory tutorials of the software.
The reason behind different functions and what they practically do with the code is not explained. But taken book and software together I could supplement my meager practical knowledge with a clearer understanding of the epub specification. Helpful and comprehensive. Provides insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the format, and can help as a guide for creating EPUB files of your own.
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