WebWorks has Released ePublisher 2020.1 with a theme of new possibilities. We chose this theme because when we were doing our research about what to put in the release, the customers we spoke to focused mainly on issues they are having today that will possibly limit their options in the future.
An example of this is ePublisher now comes in 32-bit and 64-bit. Both include all the features included in the release, but the 64-bit manages a larger memory pool. This means you can now work with a more robust Table of Contents, larger images, and more detailed tables opening up future opportunities to deliver information fast and efficiently to your audience.
We have also worked on the content creation side by now supporting Markdown as an input. Our customers are always looking for ways to encourage SME participation by making it quick and easy for them. There are times when SMEs prefer to work in Markdown. Unfortunately, Markdown does not scale well when it comes to larger document sets or provide any tools for management. That is until now. ePublisher 2020.1 accepts standard Markdown syntax along with ePublisher custom syntax to give you the tools you need to make Markdown a viable source file format.
To learn more about how ePublisher 2020.1 works with Markdown, November’s Show Me will focus on Markdown and ePublisher syntax. We have also added an extra Show Me for November to allow access for more of you. Click here to register for Show Me today. zp-pdl.com