HTML5 is revolutionizing the Web, and now it’s coming to your ebook reader! In this
workshop, I give an overview of three areas of HTML5 that offer great promise to ebook
publishers looking to expand beyond traditional text-and-graphic narratives: HTML5
Canvas, Geolocation, and Audio/Video. After a brief tutorial of the HTML markup and
put HTML5 in action.
For each topic area, I also discuss the current status of HTML5 compatibility with major
EPUB reader platforms (for example, iBooks, Nook Color, Adobe Digital Editions).
Sanders Kleinfeld has been employed at O’Reilly Media since 2004 and has held a variety of positions, including roles on O’Reilly’s Production, Editorial, and Tools teams. Currently, he works as publishing technology engineer, maintaining O’Reilly’s XML-based toolchain for generating EPUB and Mobi formats of both frontlist and backlist titles. He also helps coordinate O’Reilly’s digital distribution efforts to electronic sales channels, and is currently assisting in R&D efforts surrounding HTML5 and EPUB 3, helping to develop next-generation ebook content for O’Reilly and its publishing partners. In his spare time, Sanders loves to read, but primarily print books. Sanders is the author of HTML5 for Publishers (O’Reilly, 2011).
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