What version of InDesign are you using? InDesign CC has a great feature called Publish Online. You create your magazine and when you are ready to publish it click the Publish Online button in the top right corner of the Application Bar.
You can share it on Facebook/Twitter as well as copy the url to share it with someone or get the code so it can be included in a website.
It supports many of the interactive features DPS did. Here is a link to what it can do.
However it won't switch between landscape and portrait unless you have built both versions (this was also the case for DPS).
The disadvantage of Publish Online is that content can't be monetised.
Have a look at ePub and in5 Ajar Productions: in5 - Home
You may find this chart helpful (reproduce with kind permission of Keith Gilbert).
As it's for a Bachelor thesis it won't need to be monetised so not an issue for Leoniloves I don't think.
I know about the publish online function in CC, but thats not what I am searching for. Because its
only working horizontally and i would like to read the articles vertically as well.
An other point is that there are a lot of bugs in this feature. I can only view it in Chrome and it freeze all the time.
So i guess its better to have something offline.
And i just neet to view it on the tablet, no need to be monetised.
At the moment i am viewing my files with the Aquafadas program, it wokrs horizontal and vertical, but not all animation functions are working.
So i have to search for something else.
Thank you for your answers so far!
You may have particular requirements but I think being able to reformat content for horizontal and vertical aspects is not as important as being able to automatically reformat for screens such as laptops, iPads and smart phones.
thats true for some magazines. But I decided to design a magazine for an tablet only and I cannot change my bachelor thesis at this point.
You can use InDesign to create a Fixed Layout ePub which can be viewed on a tablet using iBooks. If you wish to have a landscape and portrait version you will need to create both of those layouts in InDesign.
Here's a link and some examples of FXL publications.
Unfortunately I need to scroll in both sides, the epub is only working left and right.
I guess there is no better solution than Aquafadas so far for me.