Right now the software supports image based scrollytelling with a roadmap to add interactive components such as annotations, animations, backlinks, and more.
You can check out a demo of an interactive history book here: https://usehomer.app/demo
Here's another short example of how a personal finance related book could look like: https://usehomer.app/rahul/8
If you're interested in checking out the UI used to build the demo above, feel free to sign up at https://usehomer.app/signup and create a book.
If you show people a demo or two, many more of them will consider signing up. Also, some of them might share your website with other people they know who would be interested. After seeing a demo, I'm 100x as likely to share this with professors I know.
Separately, I would suggest checking to see if the Homer reading app/platform  presents a trademark risk for you. They're in a similar/adjacent market (more on the K-6 side) and may have broadly-drafted trademarks. Worth checking before you build up too much goodwill in your current name!
You lost me at the signup page.
Make a video and have it on the homepage!
Would love to see more demos about more popular world events.
The current demo is interesting, but its content sports an "odd" writing style. That is - until the reader realizes this is a translation from ancient Greek.
- iPhone 12 Max
- Choose the Google option
- Complete OAuth flow on the Google side, and the window auto closes
- The sign up page is now shown
Something isn’t redirecting correctly I suspect.
I would suggest spending more time polishing the writing experience because that matters a lot to writers and when it’s not there it can be an immediate turn-off. Look at tools like iA Writer or Gingko for ideas.
Cant view my post without setup before username? (account created with google, write post without username, publish, click "view", nothing, click-click-click, nothing, setup username in settings, it works)
You might want to implement some kind of import/export feature.
Sounds cool, I would like read some output
Um OK I guess
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