2/20/2006

Unipage - A PDF Alternative?

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 3:56 pm

Unipage recently released a beta version of its Unipage Unifier. The Unipage encoding is a way to encode a full page with its images, CSS, Javascript, Flash, and whatnot, into just one HTML file.

The ‘Unipage Unifier’ program instantly turns any online or local page into a ‘Unipage’ that can be viewed directly in a browser. It saves the mess of files when you normally save a complete web page, but maybe the bigger scoop is that now people can use ‘Unipages’ to send content rich documents instead of PDF. But Unipages are superior to PDF in their ability to hold functionality (Javascript), Flash animations and practically anything normally possible in a web page. Together with any program that can export into HTML you can get fully styled, dynamic, portable documents instantly. And it’s free.

Source: slashdot

 

One Response to “Unipage - A PDF Alternative?”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Cool !

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