“It is great to see the vast reader output improvement that retina displays offer. This gives publisher a tool to increase the readers experience and to show their publications and content as originally intended.
Auckland, New Zealand (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
In today's digital market more and more devices use high-resolution displays. This is usually referred to as pixel density in the specifications of the product. Publishers of online digital publications can now display their content with a crisp and sharp output, and they can say goodbye to pixilation or blurry images. What a great step forward.
“It is great to see the vast reader output improvement that retina displays offer. This gives publisher a tool to increase the readers experience and to show their publications and content as originally intended. We are happy to help publishers achieve this with FlexPaper desktop publisher.” Says Erik Engstrom, CEO Devaldi Ltd.
In order to utilize the pixel density function images typically need to be larger to ensure the retina output. This demands more memory and CPU of the device. This might cause a problem for larger publications because platforms, such as iOS limit memory and CPU usage. A digital publisher need to take these limitations into account because larger documents increases the loading time. On top of this iOS limits file size and image size as well.
The FlexPaper developer team has worked to help publishers with this issue. The FlexPaper desktop publisher comes with an optional neat feature called “optimized publication using PHP”. What this feature does is to create a grid like structure over the document that “reads” what area of the document that is visible and only downloads this section and ensure only these parts are downloaded by the end user.
To see a demonstration of Flexpaper online digital PDF viewers, please click this link; http://flexpaper.devaldi.com/demo/
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