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How to download books (ePub format) from the O'Reilly Learning platform (safari books)
- November 02, 2022
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Learn how to download books from the O'Reilly Learning platform with your paid subscription.
I'm always looking new material to learn from, just like those +800 courses on my Udemy account, that maybe I will never finish ... but that's another story, I'd like to do the same with the famous books of Programming that you can find on the O'Reilly platform (I mean, reading them, not simply storing them).
You can access the O'Reilly Platform as an individual for $49 USD/month or $499/year. For sure, if you think that spending $49 dollars a month won't hurt you, it's recommendable to pay the subscribtion on the platform, considering the prices of buying every single book that you're interested on and assuming that you will read them, the fee that you pay for the online platform is really small and quite fair. However, as someone that lives in a third-world country (Colombia), $49 bucks right now are almost a quarter (1/4) of the minimum wage here in Colombia, so you know, I'd rather eat (now consider how expensive would it be to buy physical or digital books of similar prices). I would only be able to pay that for a couple of months, not the whole year, just as many other people of my country (and of course I'm not talking only about Colombia).
That's why I want to share with you, two useful methods to access most of the content that you can obtain while paying a single subscription of a month.
Important note: I'm not promoting something illegal though, do not get me wrong, to follow this tutorial you will need obligatorily:
- An active O'Rilley Learning subscription of at least a month (you will invest $49 USD if you don't have a subscription already). In my case, I have a subscription thanks to my University, so I'm paying for it indirectly.
- The books will be downloaded in the .epub format, so you need an EPub reader software installed on your computer. I use the Icecream Ebook Reader.
A. Using a Browser Extension (My O'Reilly Downloader) [Easier to use, for regular users]
My O'Reilly Downloader is a web browser extension available for Google Chrome and an add-on for Firefox that allows you to download with a simple click any book from the O'Reilly platform in .epub format with a single click. This option is the go-to if you don't have programming knowledge, it is quite straightforward, install the extension and click on a single button to obtain the book.
All you need to do is to install the extension in your browser, once you install it through the official store, search for any book that you want to download on the O'Reilly platform. Once you have it, on the right menu of the page of the book, you will find a tiny O'Reilly icon with a green icon over it (get ebook):
Just press it and wait until the extension prepares the EPub of the selected book. Once it processes all of the batches, a message that states that the "ePub download has been completed" will appear and the download will be triggered in your browser ( book.epub ):
You can open and read the file with any regular EBook reader.
B. Using a Docker container [For programmers]
Now if you're into programming just like me, there's a way to do this through the command line to automatize this project with code if you want to. There's an useful project namely O'Reilly Downloader whose code can be found at GitHub here, and it's basically a CLI tool that wraps the Safaribooks project on Docker.
You will need Docker installed in your computer to do it this way.
B.1. Accessing with your credentials
Downloading a book using this approach is quite easy, you only need to run the following command replacing the following parameters:
- <id of the book> : the ID of the book that you want to download. For example if the URL of the book is https://learning.oreilly.com/library/view/magento-2/9781788298025/, the id would be 9781788298025 .
- <email> and <password> : use your own credentials to log in to O'Reilly's Platform.
- <BookName.epub> : define the name of the output file.
The command with some real parameters would look like this:
Wait until the command finishes and you will have the file of the book.
B.2. Accessing through a SSO Login
If your O'Reilly account, just like in my case, doesn't have a password itself but it uses SSO (Single Sign On) because I get access through my University account, then you need to follow some extra steps to get it working. The first thing you need to do is to log in to the platform with your account, then go to your Profile (https://learning.oreilly.com/profile/).
In this page, we need to obtain the cookie of the browser in JSON format. The easiest way to do this is running the following script that will extract the cookie in the required format and will copy it into your clipboard. To run it press F12 in your browser, go to the console tab and paste the following code:
This will automatically copy the cookie in JSON format to your clipboard, now you need to paste its content in a new JSON file. Create the cookies.json file in your computer, paste the content that you have in the clipboard and save changes.
Note: you have do this everytime you want to download a book because the cookie needs to be updated with your current session.
Then, simply run the following command replacing:
- <path/to/cookies.json> : the absolute or relative path to the cookies.json file created previously.
And that's it:
In my case, I started downloading 2 books Java: A Beginner's Guide, Eighth Edition 8th Edition, Kindle Edition , and Official Google Cloud Certified Associate Cloud Engineer Study Guide 1st Edition, Kindle Edition , both digital versions cost USD $47.48 on Amazon. so if you pay a monthly subscription, you already won:
I downloaded as well other books that I think i'll be reading soon due to my current job. Don't forget that the goal of having access to this kind of book, is to acquire knowledge that will allow you to earn money to pay for this kind of content, for sure buying the content directly from their creators is the best way to do it and support them, but until you can do that, this trick will help you to get on track.
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- Browse for a book, or search for a specific one. When you find a book that you're interested in, tap or click it.
- To buy a book, tap or click the price.
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Safari Books Online offers access to a huge catalog of books and videos about computers and technology for a fixed monthly rate.
One of the biggest challenges in distributing digital content is to make it easier for people to consume legally rather than illegally. When it comes to e-books, this gets even trickier; e-book files are much smaller than video or music files, so they can be downloaded much faster. Safari Bookshelf (various subscription plans, starting at $10/month) is a bid to make it easier, faster, and more productive to consume electronic books online legally rather than download them.
“Slots” are basically places your virtual shelf has for books. Once you choose to read a book, it takes up one slot on your shelf, and must stay there for at least one month. Once that month elapses, you can swap it out for another book. Slots are a good way to offer the service at a reduced price, but they also make it much less useful.
The Unlimited Access plan does away with the concept of slots and lets you read any and all books, but you still must read them online, using a browser (Safari also offers an iPad app and a mobile-friendly version of the site). If you’re more interested in downloading e-books for offline reading, both the unlimited and limited plans offer download “tokens.” You get five tokens every month, which you can use to download chapters (a chapter usually costs one token). You can also buy extra tokens for $2 each.
The catalog of books offered can only be described as staggering. Safari Books Online hosts books by Apress, Adobe Press, Microsoft Publishing, O’Reilly, Sams, Wiley, and several other big-name publishers. Books span the gamut of programming, Web development, computer graphics (Photoshop and friends), and more. Not all books are computer-related: There are plenty of books about photography, for example. No fiction, though.
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Safari Books Online offers a great deal, but it is not a perfect service. For video courses, I still find Lynda.com superior, especially given the price ($25 per month, almost half of the Safari price). And if you are looking for pinpoint solutions to specific problems, nothing beats free tech Q&A website Stack Overflow.
The steep price Safari Books charges for the Unlimited plan only makes it worthwhile if you regularly buy more than two brand-new computer books every month–and I don’t know anyone who does, really. Apart from this, Safari Books Online is an amazing service, and is probably the best way to read unlimited computer books online today. Highly recommended.
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- Download a book from the Book Store
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- See a table of contents
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Formerly known as iBooks, the Apple Books app is the all-in-one book store and reading application for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. You can use it to read ebooks and listen to audiobooks, but before you can do that, you need to know how to find and download books in Apple Books.
We'll show you how to do exactly that below and explain everything from page-swiping behaviors, highlighting, and searching within books to navigating the Book Store to find your next favorite title. Read on for all the details.
How to download a book from the Apple Book Store
As we explore the features of the Apple Books app, let's start on page 1: Finding something to read.
The Book Store has been reorganized into sections, including For You (recommendations based on previous purchases), New & Trending, Top Charts, Book Store staff recommendations, genres, etc.
- Tap the Books app.
- Tap the Book Store tab to browse the virtual shelves.
- Tap the Browse Sections button to get a list of sections in the Book Store.
- Tap a section to browse.
- Tap a book to download.
- Tap Get (if the book is free) or Buy if the book has a cost. If you'd like to download a sample chapter from the book, tap Sample . You can see more information about the book by scrolling up within the book's card.
- Authenticate with Face ID, Touch ID, or your Apple ID password and the book will begin to download.
- Tap Read to read the book.
How to search for a book in Apple Books
If you know the name of the book you're interested in (or its author), you can search for it and get results for books and audiobooks both in the Book Store and in your library.
- Tap the Search tab.
- Enter the search text .
- Tap Search or a suggestion in the list of matching results.
- Tap a book to begin the steps to download the book .
How to read a book in Apple Books
Now that you've got a book, it's time to read.
You can access any book on your device by tapping the Library tab. You can also use the Reading Now tab to continue with the book you're currently reading, resume other books you've recently been reading, and recommendations for books based on what you've bought before.
- Tap a book to open it.
- Tap the right margin or swipe from right to left to go to the next page.
- Tap the left margin or swipe from left to right to go to the previous page.
You can change this margin-tapping behavior in the Settings app. When you're done reading, tap the back button in the upper left-hand corner to return to your library. Your place in the book will be saved automatically—no bookmark required.
How to quickly scan through a book in Apple Books
You can flip through the virtual pages in your book with one finger. Try that with a regular book.
- If the controls do not appear at the bottom of the page of the book you are reading, tap on a blank part of the page.
- Tap the menu icon at the bottom right of the screen.
- Tap and hold the Contents bar.
- Drag left or right to move through the book's pages.
How to use the Want to Read Collection in Apple Books
Think of Want to Read as a wish list containing books that you're curious about or that other people may have recommended to you.
Books that you've downloaded but haven't finished are automatically added to the Want to Read list. In addition, you can add other books to this collection. Here's how to do it when browsing the Book Store.
- Tap the Book Store tab.
- Tap a book you're interested in.
- Tap Want to Read .
The book will be added to your Want to Read collection.
How to set a bookmark in Apple Books
Not too many people can finish a book in one sitting, and that's why bookmarks were invented. You can set a bookmark—as many of them as you want, actually—quickly and easily in Books.
- Tap the Menu icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
- Tap the Bookmark icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
The bookmark icon will turn red and get added to a list of bookmarks for that book. To remove the bookmark, tap it again.
How to see a list of bookmarks in Apple Books
- Tap the menu icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
- Tap the Bookmarks & Highlights tab.
To go to a particular bookmark, tap it. Swipe left to remove a bookmark from the list, then tap Delete .
How to see a table of contents in Apple Books
Most books have a table of contents. If your book does, you can use it to jump to a particular chapter without scrolling through the entire book.
- Tap the Contents bar.
Tap the table of contents entry to go to that page.
How to highlight text in a book in Apple Books
You can use the tip of your finger as a virtual highlighter—in different colors!—to mark significant passages in a book.
- Open a book .
- Touch and hold at the starting point of the text you want to highlight, then drag to the end of the text.
- Tap Highlight .
How to change the color of a highlight in Apple Books
Tapping highlighted text reveals a menu of options to work with that highlight.
- Tap the Highlighted text that you want to edit.
- Tap the word Highlight.
- Tap the colored circles to display a palette of colors.
- Tap a color . The underlined A button will remove the color highlight and underline the text instead.
How to remove a highlight in Apple Books
- Tap the Highlighted text that you want to delete.
- Tap the Remove option.
How to add a note to a highlight in Apple Books
Once you have highlighted the text, you can also add a note to it.
- Tap the highlighted text that you want to add a note to.
- Tap the Add Note option.
- Enter your text and tap Done
You'll now notice a little color-matching square beside your highlighted text. You can tap this to read or edit the note at any time.
How to review notes in a book in Apple Books
The list button at the top of the page in your book provides convenient access to all the notes in your book.
- Tap the Bookmarks & Highlights tab. Your notes will appear under the Highlights option.
To go to a particular note, tap it.
How to remove notes from a book in Apple Books
- In the book, tap the highlight for the note you want to delete.
- Tap Delete when prompted to remove the note and its highlight.
How to find text in a book in Apple Books
One of the biggest benefits of an electronic version of a book is searching for text and finding it almost instantly. Here's how to do it.
- Tap the menu icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
- Tap the Search Book bar.
- Enter the search text and each instance of your text in the book will show up. You'll also see options to search Wikipedia and the web.
You can tap any result to go to that part of the book and use the links at the bottom of the list to search the web or Wikipedia. And if you put a page number in the search field, you can tap the page number in the search results to go to that page.
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If you have a great idea to improve the generator, please search the feature tracker first to ensure someone else hasn't already come up with the same great idea. If it hasn't been requested, please create a new request . While you're there vote on other feature requests to let the me know what is most important to you.
If you'd like to make your own changes ensure your Pull Request is made against the dev branch.
How to install.
Install Node.js. We recommend the LTS release . The SafariBooks-Downloader has been tested on most node versions between v4.4.5 and v.6.9.5 and should therefore cause no problems running on one of these versions. For more information about how to install it on your environment, see Installing Node.js via package manager . To verify your installation, run:
If a version is returned, you did successfully install Node.js. Next up, make sure npm is properly installed. To verify, run:
If the command returns a version number, you're all set. Next, we'll clone the repository.
Install all the dependencies with npm.
Congratulations! You've successfully installed SafariBooks-Downloader. If you desire to do so, you can install the tool globally on your machine. To do so, run:
To verify the installation, please run:
If the command returns a version number, you have successfully installed the tool globally. The current release is v1.0.0 .
How To Update
- Stop the downloader if it's running. (use control + c to stop it)
- Run git pull This will update the generator to the latest master branch
- Reinstall dependencies with npm install or npm install -g using npm install -g will install the generator globally
- Run safaribooks-downloader --version After you are done following it this will print out the current version of the generator.
The tool provides the following six options. The options --bookid, --username, --password and --output are required. However, if the username and password options are provided once, they will be cached and are no longer required to run the CLI.
- displays usage information
- displays version number
- the book id of the SafariBooksOnline ePub to be generated you can find the book id by having a look at the URL while reading the book e.g. https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/building-apis-with/9781484224427/A435096_1_En_7_Chapter.html whereas the id will be 9781484224427
- username of the SafariBooksOnline user - must have a paid/trial membership , otherwise will not be able to access the books
- password of the SafariBooksOnline user
- output path the epub file should be saved to. On some systems, the path may require to contains no whitespaces .
- enable debug mode for request package.
An example showing how a SafariBooksOnline with id 9781484224427 is downloaded and converted into a ePub file testbook.epub .
An example showing how a SafariBooksOnline with id 9892595335538 is downloaded and converted into a ePub file testdebugbook.epub .
- generating ePub with cover image, authors and publisher
- custom stylesheets will be imported (only one currently)
- support for several different stylesheets in one book
- directly generating .mobi files
- Nico Haenggi : conception & development
- cyrilis : a big thanks to cyrillis for his epub-gen package which I relied upon heavily while integrating my own epub generator
Copyright & License
Copyright (c) 2017 Nico Haenggi - Released under the MIT License
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Safari is the best way to experience the internet on all your Apple devices. It brings robust customization options, powerful privacy protections, and optimizes battery life — so you can browse how you like, when you like. And when it comes to speed, it’s the world’s fastest browser. 1
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We’re always working to make the fastest desktop browser on the planet even faster.
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See your favorite shows and films in their best light. Safari supports in-browser 4K HDR video playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Apple TV+. 5 And it runs efficiently for longer-lasting battery life.
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What you browse is no one’s business but your own. Safari has built‑in protections to help stop websites and data-collection companies from watching and profiling you based on your browsing activity. Intelligent Tracking Prevention uses on‑device intelligence to help prevent cross‑site tracking and stops known trackers from using your IP address — making it incredibly difficult to learn who you are and what you’re interested in.
Safari makes it simple to see how your privacy is protected on all the websites you visit. Click Privacy Report in the Safari menu for a snapshot of cross-site trackers currently prevented from profiling you on the website you’re visiting. Or view a weekly Privacy Report to see how Safari protects you as you browse over time.
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Safari is more customizable than ever. Organize your tabs into Tab Groups so it’s easy to go from one interest to the next. Set a custom background image and fine-tune your browser window with your favorite features — like Reading List, Favorites, iCloud Tabs, and Siri Suggestions. And third-party extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac let you do even more with Safari, so you can browse the way you want across all your devices.
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Explore the web with lightning-fast speed, powerful privacy protections and robust customization options. With Safari you can browse sites, translate web pages, and access your tabs across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. Features • Passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs and more seamlessly sync across iPhone, iPad and Mac • Private Browsing mode doesn’t save your history and keeps your browsing your business • Intelligent Tracking Prevention prevents trackers from following you across websites you visit • Tab Groups let you save and organize your tabs and access them across iOS, iPadOS and macOS • Profiles help keep your browsing history, website data, and more separate between topics like work and personal • Shared Tab Groups help you share tabs and collaborate with family and friends • Extensions allow you to personalize Safari and add even more functionality to the browser • Reader formats articles for easy reading without ads, navigation, or other distracting items • Privacy Report shows known trackers that have been blocked from tracking you • Reading List easily saves articles for you to read later • Voice Search lets you search the web using just your voice • Web page translation converts entire webpages into other languages right in the browser • Handoff effortlessly passes what you’re doing in Safari from one device to another • Add to Home Screen allows you to quickly launch a website or web app from your Home Screen
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This new layout is better IMO, but there are a few other problems that kinda bug me
Unpopular opinion, but this new layout is better. I don’t even remember the old layout since I’m not even a long-time iOS user (this is my first iPhone). I looked up the old layout or the “cascade” layout and it looks more painful to me than the new one. By the looks of it, it’s definitely easier to miss a tab you’re looking for in the older version, and then you will have to spend like 10 more minutes scrolling to find the tab you’re looking for. Sure, it may be “faster”, but it’s definitely harder to find the certain tab you’re looking for if most of the tabs are only viewable by a little area at the top. This app is mostly fine except for a few problems I get from time to time. Today I’m having a problem where I was trying to look at some Google images and then I tried to look at more but it was just stuck on loading. It wouldn’t even finish loading. This happened only on like 2 searches thankfully though. I’d probably give it a 95% since it has some minor lags and problems.
Your Underrated Prince, Safari
In my humble opinion, Safari is the underrated king among multiple web browsers on the market. I was a PC devotee from ‘95 to ‘16, since then, it’s been all Tim Cook 🍎 all the time. My only regret is not purchasing a smartphone back in ‘07 from Steve Jobs. Presently, I own an iPhone 6s Plus in rose gold (2016), iPad Mini (2016), iPad Pro (2019) & MacBook (2018) in rose gold with matching Beats By Dre headphones. All four are set up with Safari, not Chrome, TOR, Brave, Edge, or DDGo. I love the ability to quickly save favorites, add to reading list & share content to other platforms. My favorites are alphabetized for quick reference & the reading list keeps all articles & pages in chronological order for quick recall. Also, I learned Safari quickly because it’s extremely user friendly. The browser helped my navigation of Apple when switching from PC. I’ll admit, learning MacBook isn’t easy, but, Safari keeps things familiar for me on the desktop. When lost, just go back to Safari & start over. It’s surprising no one in tech media mentions Safari more often as a go to source for navigating the internet. Chrome is the reigning king of, Land Of Browsers, without an heir apparent. I nominate Safari as the prince with future king potential. Citizens of Land Of Browsers don’t like their chrome-plated dirty laundry aired, sold or tracked.
I have been using this for years and had no problems with it. I ran over my phone with my lawn mower and was without my phone for over a year due to having to fight with the insurance company. However when I finally got a lawyer involved the insurance company finally replaced it for me. I DID not lose anything and I mean anything. I like the cards better because they are easier to clear out. You have to back everything up to your cloud every day or every other day so that you don’t have to worry about losing anything. As I always make sure that I back everything up just in case. It is not apples fault if you lose your any of your information it is yours for not backing up your phone to your cloud. So most of the people who write bad reviews either don’t back up or they just don’t or they just don’t care. Apple doesn’t charge a lot to add more space to your cloud so there is no reason why you can’t back you things. This is better than anything that google has. By far. If you want your information used by third parties then use google’s and quit complaining. You can change your browser in safari so that you don’t have to use them get with it you bad reviews and learn how to use safari.
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