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Wed 19 Jan 2011

An iBooks ePub Creator and Editor

Category : Technology

I've been building this ePub creator and editor (I'm using a template that I generated using Pages) :

I've got the page navigation, re-ordering, saving, and ePub creation stuff all done, so it'll all show up in iBooks on iPad and iPhone.

Now, onto the cascading style sheets stuff.

If I can get this done, not only do I have a tool that'll allow my friend, Hai Hwee, to create notes for her students to review on their iPhones or iPads, but I'll also be one (maybe not so) short step away from building my own GoLive/Dreamweaver replacement.

One day, these tools I'm building will all come together. Somehow.

Posted at 7:21PM SGT | permalink


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