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Documentation

Welcome.

There are two ways to create and publish a Superbook. Method one relies on a web interface, an in-browser book editor, while the other option is a terminal based CLI tool. Each method is thoroughly documentated per following:

Method 1: In-browser editor

Bubblin's in-browser editor is a very simple code playground (a codemirror instance) that renders your HTML, CSS & JavaScript on a virgin iframe per page of the book. Great for short and quick stories, comics and photobooks.

Here's a quick tutorial to help you get started.

For deep dive visit documentation or read the Official Handbook.

Method 2: Bookiza Abelone

Bookiza is a book reification framework, or put simply a "book baking" tool. It's a FREE and open source framework written and maintained by the Bubblin team and contributors.

In comparison to the in-browser editor (method one), Bookiza is a lot more low-level tool that requires initial setup. Bookiza will handle your manuscript as if it were an "app", letting you collaborate with friends using a powerful developer toolchain underneath—git, node, frontend skills etc.

Visit site https://bookiza.io for more details.


"Bring your book to life with full-bleed imagery, visuals explanations, @font-faces, WebGL or AR/VR, resources over CDN, audio, video, animations and a whole lot of interactivity, but do not lose sight of your story." - Marvin Danig, Founder

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