As an increasingly major asset to text production, digital publishing leads to new technological challenges relating to literature as well as to research, completely reshaping the writing and creation process. New technologies are the catalysts for major cultural changes thanks to continuously evolving contemporary publishing devices. For many centuries, the book has primarily been used to disseminate literary and scholarly content. Digital praxis provides a new support environment that reconfigures the production, formatting and circulation of content. This line of research analyzes these ongoing changes, while offering tools for producing literary and scholarly content.