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There are two paths to take for Superbook publishing:
- Use the in-browser book editor (code playground) on https://bubblin.io, or use
- Bookiza Abelone — the open source "book reification" framework for the web.
Method 1: In-browser playground
For writers with no knowledge of how HTML, CSS and JS work, we recommend to start with this tutorial to get your feet wet first, and then take it from there. In general, the online editor on Bubblin is good enough for short stories, comics and novellas but if you're looking at publishing a very large tome of work, then it is recommended to look at the method-2.
Note, with this method you can publish a Superbook on the site https://bubblin.io only.
Method 2: Using Bookiza Abelone
The second option, using Bookiza, is a lot more technical (low level) tool with an involved book writing process. Bookiza is a framework to create, collaborate, edit, publish, update and republish Superbooks from the comfort of your local machine (terminal).
Also, with Bookiza you can publish anywhere, i.e. on Bubblin or on your own website. Here's whatQUOTE
Bookiza is a lightweight book reification framework that cuts down your book-writing time by half… It is inspired from the modern developer toolchain (using git, markdown etc.) to make it easy to version, collaborate and maintain any book like a finished product on the web.UNQUOTE
Visit site https://bookiza.io for more details.
Documentation for bookiza can be found at https://bubblin.io/bookiza/docs.