About the Reader
This reader came out of the Berkeley Future of eBooks classes in Fall & Spring 2013. It renders a ePub version of the TDO book using the Epub.js library.
It is very much still a work in progress, so please bear with us. We would greatly appreciate reports on any bug or issues you come across
All the rendering is encapsulated within Angular directives.
<epubreader> has only a src attribute and will render the complete reader.
<epubviewer> has several more attributes, requiring only only a src and will display just the basic epub, without the rest of the interface elements.
Other available attributes are:
Annotations with Hypothes.is
Hypothes.is is the nonprofit that has developed the annotation platform you can use in combination with the reader.
In order to use the annotation tool, you must sign up for a Hypothes.is account.
- Click the dialogue icon dialogue on the right.
- Select the “Create an account” tab.
- Select a username and password.
Deploying to App Engine
Update the app.yaml with you application id.
appcfg.py update .
IRC Server: freenode.net Channel: #epub.js
Follow us on twitter: @Epubjs
EPUB is a registered trademark of the IDPF.