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It's unlikley that companies who make an ereader app will support Javascript as it makes a potential security hole and the companies don't want the liability. Javascript might take more extra time to implement, especially with different or custom operating systems on hardware ereaders. The cost may not be worth the effort. Any new features could possibly ...


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I don't believe any reader 'fully' supports EPUB3, in part because the EPUB3 and its satellite specs (e.g. annotation, distributable objects, widgets) are so broad that it's not viable for any one reader to implement it all. On Windows, your best options may be Adobe Digital Editions and Calibre. More detail below. The Readium project is an open attempt to ...


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As far as I know, the major ebook reading systems don't support scripting even though it's in the epub3 (and 3.2) spec. You might want to check the reading systems which are targeting academic textbooks. I think that interactive quizzes will be the best use case for javascript in ebooks. Future versions of the spec will try to merge the browser experience ...


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