e Pub 3 and HTML5

unevenfitterInternet and Web Development

Jun 20, 2012 (5 years and 11 months ago)


ePub3 and HTML5 are now an integral part of the digital publishing landscape.
The new standards offer content providers:
• Unparalleled reach across all devices and to every corner of the globe
• The simplicity of creating just one version of each eBook and app
• Increased flexibility for specialised content and complex layouts
• A richer reading experience at an affordable price
ePub3 and HTML5
ePub3 Services
• ePub3 creation for all devices and platforms that support the new standard
• Conversion routines/transformation engines to produce ePub3 files for any type of content
• Device-specific solutions as each device adopts the ePub3 based specs
Our Services
HTML5 Services
• HTML5 eBooks with audio, video, and
• HTML5 native apps for various platforms
including Android, iOS, RIM, and Windows
• HTML5 web apps for comics, games,
and learning
• Flash content conversion to HTML5
• HTML5 versions of individual articles,
chapters, books, web pages and websites
• Conversion routines/transformation
engines to produce HTML5 from
application files, SGML/XML, and ePub
• Multiple style sheets supported, enabling dynamic horizontal and vertical layouts
• Metadata: many options for adding publication metadata for improved global distribution
• ePub type enables elements in XHTML to include semantic meanings, allowing
content to be better grouped and defined based on the requirement
• XHTML5 support for all definitions of semantics, structure, and processing behaviors
• Aural renditions and media overlays provide text-to-speech facility (pronunciation
lexicons, inline SSML phonemes, CSS speech features) and enables the usage of
synchronized multimedia integration language (SMIL) for synchronized text and audio
• Canvas allows users to draw any shapes, lines, or strokes
• New parsing rules which are not based on SGML
• Drag and drop application programming interface (API) for interactivities
• Geo location API for identifying user’s location
• Content-specific elements (eg: <article>) define the structure and hierarchy of documents
• Global attributes such as spellcheck enable formatting and rendering options for specific
content or part
• New form controls and input type attributes (eg: <date>) allow specific use of contents,
without the need for additional scripting or controls
• Better standards for Web 2.0 style functionalities
• LocalStorage and SessionStorage data storage options on the client side
For further information please contact:
US Sales: Patrick Casey
Email: usa.sales@macmillansolutions.com
ROW Sales: Alex Schrijver
Email: row.sales@macmillansolutions.com
About MPS
In today’s digital world, content is becoming ever more sophisticated and increasingly inseparable from
technology. MPS, a Macmillan company with over 35 years of experience, helps you navigate this new
market with high-quality solutions designed to transform and enrich your content for print, online, and
mobile media. We handle everything, from the production of your book, journal, or magazine right through
to subscription management and BPO services. Our expertise spans digital publishing, interactive learning
and multimedia, and creative design capabilities.
• CSS3 support enables multi-direction text writing and better control over line breaks,
hyphenation etc
• SVG support allows vector graphics inline within content as well as standalone
• MathML can be directly embedded
• Support for scripted content such as Javascript
• Audio and video can be embedded
• OTF & WOFF enable fonts not installed in the end user’s system to be delivered
Key Features