On Beta 5.0 of the Yanapax Comic Book viewer you will see requested new features and updates:
- Horizontal Push Transition – You will be able to choose the duration and specify, as with the other transitions, to which slides you want to apply it.
- Vertical Push Transition – You will be able to choose the duration and specify, as with the other transitions, to which slides you want to apply it.
- The latest version of jQuery (1.10.2) will be incorporated in the viewer.
- The latest version of jQuery UI (1.10.3) will be incorporated in the viewer.
- The latest version of jQuery Mobile (1.3.2) will be incorporated in the viewer.
What is New in this version beta 4.0?
- Several small bugs were corrected.
- Some global variables were moved from the functions.js file to the settings.js file.
- More comments were added to the functions.js and settings.js files.
- “slides” were renamed to “pages” in the code.
- Pop-Ups were re-positioned higher as default on the screen.
- The splash screen now appears on the iPad. You can customize the start up images located in the GUI folder.
The Yanapax site was just redesigned today!
The article “Govar and Perazza Liberate Comics with Comic Book Think Tank” appeared on the site “Good E Reader on November 16, 2012:
The article “Conversing on Comics” – Chris Arrant talking with Ron Perazza, appeared on Robot 6 on November 16, 2012:
I just released a new version of the Yanapax Viewer. Version 3.1 now supports Social Network Sharing. A new “Share this Comic Book” button (as displayed on the left) is located on the navigation bar an allows readers to share the Comic Book on all major Social Networks, including: Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Delicious, Digg and My Space.
I implemented this new feature using http://share.lockerz.com/ API.
I hope you find this new feature useful since it was one of the most requested features. Enjoy!
Interview with Ron Perazza about “Think Tank” where he talks about the “Yanapax” viewer published on October 26:
Article published on the CBR “Comic Book Resources” Web Site on October 18:
The Article “DC Alum Ron Perazza teams with Daniel Govar for webcomic, think tank”. The article talks about the “Comic Book Think Tank” web site and the Yanapax Viewer. Here is the link to the article:
The Beat Comic Culture Web Site published an article about the new “Comic Book Think Tank” by Daniel Govar and Ron Perazza and the new Yanapax Comic Book Viewer. The article was published on October 9, 2012. Here is the link to the article: