To design for the Baker Framework you just have to build HTML5 pages prepared for the iPad and iPhone screen and you can unleash the power of WebKit.
That's all. Use your favorite tools, test it on the iPad from Safari, refine as much as you want, include all the HTML5 goodness: video, audio, animations.
Portrait? Landscape? iPad & iPhone? Web too? No problem with CSS 3.0.
Baker uses the open and simple HPub 1.0 format: one zipped file, contains all your HTML pages and all your assets, like a microsite.
Inside, one short file, book.json specifies page order, title, url identifier and properties of your publication.
Design your own navigation using an additional HTML file: index.html.
Baker Framework 4.2 includes:
Baker Framework publications use the HPub 1.0 specification.
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We think that digital books should be well designed, easy to publish and written in an open standard: that's why we decided to build Baker and release it under the BSD license.
The BSD License allow you to use Baker Framework for both personal and commercial use.
You can find the steadily growing opensource community and the evolving roadmap on the Github tracker.