I think you're out of luck.
Adobe's efforts have focused on creating EPUBs from InDesign and designing tablet apps with the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
That's the direction of most company's development efforts.
But some other company might be working in that area. I don't know.
But that's seems a bit awkward to me. Why would we want students to access
interactive books only on tablets.
The craze in the developing world where i live is one laptop per child. If
there is such a great resource, for creating interacting books, why limit
it to tablets. Anyway we should probably start one tablet per child. lol
And i agree, that is not in your domain. I wish to thank you for the
I believe you'll start to see more tablet/desktop compatible things such
as this with Windows 8.
Adobe has already announced that DPS will be available for that platform
later on this year after Windows 8.1 is released.
Ah, Bob. I think she wants software that will run on those OLD PCs. You know, the ones that have been around for 10 years are are still running Windows XP. If they don't want to pay for iPads, they won't want to spend for new Windows 8 devices.
Wow. that will be great. Can you give me a link to read more about DPS? and
if you don't mind can we have a chat in gmail. I think i got a lot more
questions which will easier in chat. My gmail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
steve that is not correct in my case. We all know the limitations of tablets compared to notebook computers. In most cases if you have a tablet, you would also need to have a notebook computer to be creative; do your word processing, prepare presentations, learn to use mavis beacon etc. A hybrid like Bod is suggesting, is the most reasonable way out. No one here, where l live and the studends we are trying help, uses pcs as old as you describe.
Sorry, my mistake. Thanks for clarifying. I misinterpreted this statement: "creating interactive books on the windows platforms so students, most of who cannot afford Mac's in my country to use. "
If you have questions keep it here for InDesign or for DPS post in the
DPS forum, but there are no details at all yet for Windows compatibility.
What about interactive PDF?
Sure i will do so.