We’ve got someone working on it as we speak. ;)
On Sep 24, 2014, at 11:23 AM, [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Solid work Andrew and team!
> Is there IIIF <http://iiif.io/> integration already or is that on the
> On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 7:26 AM, Andrew Hankinson <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> We’re pleased to announce a new version of our open-source document image
>> viewer, Diva.js. Diva.js is especially suited for use in rare and archival
>> book digitization initiatives where viewing high-resolution images can show
>> even the smallest detail present on the physical object. Using Diva,
>> libraries, archives, and museums can present high-resolution document page
>> images in an “instant-on” interface with a user-friendly interface that has
>> been optimized for speed and flexibility.
>> New features in Diva.js 3.0:
>> • Several speed optimizations – Documents load and scroll faster.
>> contrast, and rotation.
>> • Improved mobile device support – Tap and pinch to navigate through
>> • Horizontal orientation – Switch between the default vertical page
>> layout and a horizontal scrolling layout.
>> • Events system – Allows you to pass streaming data from the document
>> viewer into your own website and plugins.
>> • Improved and updated documentation:
>> • A new website.
>> • Numerous of bug fixes.
>> For more information, demos, and documentation visit
>> Diva.js is developed by the Distributed Digital Music Archives and
>> Libraries laboratory, part of the Music Technology Area of the Schulich
>> School of Music at McGill University.
> Tod Robbins
> Digital Asset Manager, MLIS
> todrobbins.com | @todrobbins <http://www.twitter.com/#!/todrobbins>