There are numerous tools for making digital publications in the market. The problem has been that one tool has been used to produce a version for computer users, whereas publishing for the iPad has required a different system altogether. Furthermore, publishing for the iPad has been a complicated and time-consuming process because of the distribution restrictions set by Apple.
eDocker Tablet Publisher® turns this situation on its head. Tablet Publisher helps you create a multi-platform HTML5 publication in an instant, directly from Adobe InDesign. eDocker creates separate versions of your publication for computer and iPad users. You can publish your publication through your own server – you do not need Apple AppStore, for example. After payment of the one-time license fee you can make as many publications as you wish - PURCHASE HERE>>
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eDocker is an AIR application and works in both the Windows and Mac environments.
You can do the layout of your publication in a familiar environment in the InDesign application.
Separate HTML5 versions are automatically generated for computer and iPad users
You only pay one license fee per user for eDocker - no other fees
Use PDF files
You can also use PDF files imported to InDesign as source material for your digital publication
eDocker also creates automatic device detection for the project that guides the user to the correct version
Use any FTP software and move your publication to any Web server. You do not need Apple AppStore, for example
Add videos, links and other interactive content to your pages easily.
Install in iPad
iPad users can install eDocker Publication in their own device with three clicks.
eDocker is the only publishing system that produces a finished publication in as little as 10 minutes
Preview and publish
Check your publication with eDocker’s built-in tablet simulator, and publish your project with a few clicks
After the first visit, iPad users can read the publication without an Internet connection
* iPad´s Safari web-browser has some limitations concerning offline usage and local storage. Size of the local storage cache is apprx. 100mb. If cache gets full, it has to be cleared before it can be used again. Some features like videos will not work in offline mode.