Posted: 27 Sep 2014 04:16 PM PDT
Following a hiatus of close to a year, the open source Epub editor Sigil was updated this week with new features.
In addition to several minor improvements, Sigil also now features a plugin framework which will make it easier for developers to release custom modules that perform specialized tasks:
Along with calibre (which added an Epub editor last December), Sigil is one of two open source and free to use Epub editors which are widely used in digital publishing.
Sigil can load html, an existing Epub file, or text. Users can edit the a book’s content and metadata, validate it, and then save it as an Epub file.
Sigil can be downloaded from Github.
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