RSS feed to epub and mobi file format preparation in 3D V5.1 Issue
3D Issue (Letterkenny IRELAND 19th January 2012) announce that their latest addition to 3D Issue Lite, Professional, and Enterprise and that it is now available to the market as the recently launched 3D Issue Digital Publishing Suite.
3D Issue Version 5.1 is the first to market HTML5 based conversion tool allowing for the reading of content on a multitude of devices and now brings a new RSS feed to epub and mobi file format preparation too.
3D Issue’s vision of this new release is for a new model for news content consumption of RSS feeds on all e-reader devices including Kindle, Nook and iPad and all other ebook readers.
3D Issue is digital publishing platforms allowing for digital page flip publications to be created from owner content easily and affordably.
Version 5.1 of 3D Issue is a suite bundled in the package is a stand alone RSS and Web content to e-magazine converter, whilst the core functions of 3D Issue remain in allowing enterprises to create digital editions of their content quickly and with reader interactivity in mind and now with the add on of the RSS feed to .epub and .mobi file formats.
The recent announcement by Adobe that they are to abandon their support for Flash mobile –makes the inclusion of HTML5 in 3D Issue both timely and entirely warranted as the new standard is soon to become the defacto format for publishing in this space.
HTML 5 is already in use to provide the look and feel of Apps in an on-line capacity without any need for downloading or 3rd party App stores, on iOS devices in particular any publication may be presented using 3D Issue as an App by adding an icon to the homes screen providing a new and effective way to present content. HTML5 has the benefit of the look and feel of an App at this early stage of its inception as the demise of the Flash format seems certain initially for the Mobile segment and undoubtedly later on the desktop.
1. Internal link detection
During the conversion process, if the software detects that a PDF has embedded ' jump to page' links in its pages (say on the contents page for example) then the software will automatically create these in the 3D Issue digital edition.
2. RSS to eReader (Kindle etc)
A new feature has been added to the PressJack tool that now allows you to convert your web articles , blogs and RSS feeds into ePubs and Kindle books