EPUB 3.0 Samples at idpf.github.io

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What EPUB 3.0 samples are provided at https:///idpf.github.io?

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Here is a list of EPUB 3.0 samples provided at https:///idpf.github.io:

  • accessible_epub_3.epub - Strategies for creating EPUB 3 content that can be read by people with different preferred reading modalities.
  • childrens-literature.epub - This sample section from Children's Literature includes span-element headings in the navigation document toc and also includes the table of contents in the spine with styling and hidden page list.
  • cc-shared-culture.epub - The video, audio and text from Creative Commons A Shared Culture - in EPUB form; each spine item containing a variation of <video> and <audio> embedding.
  • epub30-spec.epub - The EPUB 3.0 specifications - in EPUB 3.0 format.
  • figure-gallery-bindings.epub - A bindings-based "object rotator". This particular sample represents an image gallery with caption fields. (The data model is based on the bindings - will fallback to display all figures simultaneously.
  • georgia-pls-ssml.epub - This sample entry from the Encyclopedia Britannica includes a PLS lexicon file and embedded SSML pronunciations showing how the two technologies can be used together to improve TTS rendering.
  • georgia-cfi.epub - Like the above version, but uses EPUB Canonical Fragment Identifiers (CFI).
  • haruko-html-jpeg.epub - Japanese manga. Each page is represented by an HTML document having a single image and nothing else.
  • haruko-jpeg.epub - Japanese manga. Each page is represented by a single image, which has a fallback HTML.
  • haruko-ahl.epub - Contains a region-nav allowing navigation by region of interest.
  • hefty-water.epub - This sample contains one instance of the epub:switch element, along with inline instructions for how to determine whether a Reading System supports epub:switch. There is also a little bit of ruby markup available, used to render captions under/over chemical formula segments.
  • indexing-for-eds-and-auths-3f.epub - Sample publication with a single index document conformant to the EPUB Indexes 1.0 Specifications.
  • indexing-for-eds-and-auths-3md.epub - Like the above version - , but the index is split across three content documents.
  • internallinks.epub - Test document for internal linking.
  • israelsailing.epub - BIDI, page-progression-direction, rtl, and Hebrew text.
  • kusamakura-japanese-vertical-writing.epub - A Japanese Novel Kusamakura.
  • kusamakura-preview.epub - A standalone preview of the above version.
  • kusamakura-preview-embedded.epub - Like the above version, but includes an embedded declaration for a preview.
  • linear-algebra.epub - A First Course in Linear Algebra, available in its canonical version at http://linear.ups.edu. This sample contains substantive amounts of GNU FDL 1.2.
  • mahabharata.epub - The Mahabharata in Devanāgarī (देवनागरी). Note that this sample does not include embedded fonts, and can thus be used to test Reading System native support for Devanāgarī font/glyph rendering.
  • moby-dick.epub - Herman Melville's Moby-Dick with, as opposed to wasteland, one spine item per chapter. Includes embedded fonts (OpenType).
  • moby-dick-mo.epub - Like the above version, but includes Media Overlays for the first two chapters.
  • page-blanche.epub - An extract of a fixed layout document, using XHTML spine items that embed bitmaps. This sample has both the rendition:orientation and the rendition:spread properties set to 'auto'.
  • page-blanche-bitmaps-in-spine.epub - Much like the above version, but instead of JPEG embedded in XHTML spine items, this variant uses JPEG spine items.
  • quiz-bindings.epub - A bindings-based "quiz". This particular sample represents a multiple-choice quiz with a self-checking feature. Allows for three types of quizzes: all questions at once, one question at a time, and one question at a time with immediate feedback ("flashcard" mode).
  • regime-anticancer-arabic.epub - Arabic content. Note that this sample does not include embedded fonts, and can thus be used to test Reading System native support for arabic font/glyph rendering.
  • jlreq-in-japanese.epub - EPUB version of Requirements for Japanese Text Layout (W3C Note) in Japanese.
  • jlreq-in-english.epub - EPUB version of Requirements for Japanese Text Layout (W3C Note) in English.
  • sous-le-vent.epub - An extract of a fixed layout document, using SVG embedded in XHTML spine items. This sample has the rendition:orientation property set to 'portrait', and the rendition:spread property set to 'none'.
  • sous-le-vent_svg-in-spine.epub - Much like the above version , but instead of SVG embedded in XHTML spine items, this variant uses SVG spine items.
  • svg-in-spine.epub - An extract of a fixed layout document, using SVG spine items. This sample uses spine itemref page-spread-* properties in a way that impacts default spread population behavior for the first two pages.
  • childrens-media-query.epub - This sample contains CSS Media Queries with adaptions for device screen size and orientation.
  • cole-voyage-of-life.epub - A mixed reflowable and fixed layout document. This sample can be used to test Reading System support for item-level changes to fixed layout meta properties.
  • cole-voyage-of-life-tol.epub - Much like the above version, but instead of interspersed reflowable/fixed pages, this variant contains an experimental "textual overlay" for each painting (click or tap on the painting surface to toggle the visibility of the text).
  • wasteland.epub - A basic recast of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land in a single XHTML document, using <section> elements and the epub:type attribute to mark a live linked note apparatus and other structural components.
  • wasteland-otf.epub - Like the above version, but uses serif OTF embedded fonts. The fallback is a sans-serif system font.
  • wasteland-otf-obf.epub - Like the above version, but uses serif OTF embedded fonts encrypted using the OCF 3.0 font obfuscation algorithm.
  • wasteland-woff.epub - Like the above version, but uses serif WOFF embedded fonts. The fallback is a sans-serif system font.
  • wasteland-woff-obf.epub - Like the above version, but uses serif WOFF embedded fonts encrypted using the OCF 3.0 font obfuscation algorithm.
  • trees.epub - This sample contains the HTML5 canvas element used to draw decorational trees on page load. If your reading system does not support canvas, the text "Your Reading System does not support canvas" will be shown instead.
  • mymedia_lite.epub - Vertical writing, page-progression-direction rtl, and alternate stylesheets for vertical/horizontal writing.
  • WCAG.epub - Multiple rendition publication containing a text and braille rendition as well as a mapping document.

 

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