Is it possible to write or produce a(n) -ultimate- standard coding pattern for TEX source codes those might work well enough across the "World Wide Web" on almost every each of platforms available, maybe from "workstations", to "mobiles" without ever even compiling...? THANK YOU so much for reading this...
closed as not a real question by lockstep, Thorsten, Ryan Reich, Mico, Andrey Vihrov Feb 28 '12 at 9:04
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As Patrick pointed out, HTML is what you are looking for, it provides the features you need:
- Standard coding pattern (if I interpret that correctly)
- Works well on the WWW
- Works on almost all available platforms
- No need to recompile
TeX was never designed for producing content for on screen reading, it was designed to generate pages to print books. PDF doesn't have the concept of reflowing the content, the content is meant to be static.
If you prefer TeX as input, you can try to play with ConTeXts XML export (ConTeXt ePub wiki) which can be converted into HTML. TeX4ht would be another solution compatible with LaTeX, though I have no experience of how well it works.