- Updates the dependencies to work in newer versions of Chrome/FF.
- Updates the dependency on epub-press-js to fix download issues with Chrome/FF.
Lots of fun updates!
Supports a new version of the EpubPress backend.
- Status Checking: Get updates on the status of your book as it's being built.
- Improved Build Reliability: Builds are less likely to timeout and fail (important if you have a slow network connection).
- Progress Bar: The loading spinner has been replaced with a progress bar that will tell you the status of your book.
- Firefox Support: EpubPress now works as a web extension in Firefox! It should be located here once the review process completes.
EpubPress got a bit more secure today with the launch of https.
This will need to gradually roll out, as flipping the switch for everyone would break pre v0.8.0 versions. The server will be updated to alert users who need to update.
Until then the http version continues to work.
So update! Get the new magic! Stay safe!
Another day, another awesome release to EpubPress!
We don't like failing. But sometimes we do (
Previously EpubPress would just throw a
This update adds error messages. So if for some reason we do have to leave you hanging, you'll know why.
If you ever encounter issues with EpubPress, never hesitate to email email@example.com or tweet to @Epub_Press. We'll help sort it out
- Added a limit of 50 items per book.
- Fixes for potential .epub validation errors.
- Front-end site changes.
- Better image sizing.
- CSS for block-quotes and code blocks (Still working on making these nicer. As someone who likes creating coding books, I appreciate a well for…
- You can now give your ebooks a custom name and description!
- Nicer UI
- A bunch of refactoring (abstractions to allow for a future Firefox/Safari version)
The backend is continually being updated with fixes and improvements. Some things being worked on.
- Email system improvements (Deliveries are now from firstname.lastname@example.org. Update your ereader whitelists if you need to!)
- Ability to accept titles + descriptions.
- Better content extraction (+ whole suite of regression tests for pages that have been fixed)
- Homepage updates
- Whole new logging system to allow for faster detection + fixing of errors.
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This release fixes a bug with failed downloads.
If the server failed to download/email a book, it is possible the extension could get stuck loading infinitely. The fix was to reinstall the extension.
This release should allow download failures to be handled gracefully.
As always, any issues can be emailed to email@example.com.
- Filters for tabs containing images and PDF files.
- Moving towards more modularity + testing to allow for Firefox/Safari extensions
- Improvements to image extraction.
- Improvements to image downloading/detection
- Nailing down content extraction. It's a hard problem that poorly structured websites make even harder. Want to get to a point where the majority of sites can have content extracted perfectly.
- Better logging to make finding the source of errors easier.
Thanks to all the users trying things out and raising issues