There's a website I'm working on where students can read their textbooks online, page by page using an implemented PDF viewer.
But I've noticed that this doesn't look particularly great on different devices and so far I made the mistake of using standard, relatively low resolutions.
So my question (and I'm sorry if this is a little vague or subjective): what's the best file format to use in this scenario?
Big resolutions, sharp text on any device including retina displays
I still have access to the "source pages" that use vectors, so
.svgis an option along with
Preferrably, I don't want to use different files depending on the user's resolution or display
Relatively fast loading times are a must, so if a little bit of compression is unavoidable then it's not necessarily a dealbreaker
Does anyone have any experience with optimizing their files for online embedded viewing?