As I travel I sometimes like to jot down notes that maybe, one day will become an article or even a book. At least I can have that as a goal :)
I wish to write simple body text, include images and basic math/physics formulas.
Now I use my Android phone for "everything" and hardly use computers at all for extended periods. If this project develops well I will continue on a computer. While I work on it, it would be good if it was easily publishable on the web.
I am very familiar with HTML and would write the document without using an HTML-editor. But math formulas are not easily included in HTML, I think.
I have heard PDF is good for math formulas, but I know nothing about PDF. I downloaded the app PDF Max. I understood the basics how to make illustrations with text patched here and there. But I must say I didn't understand how plain body text was written, much less mathematical formulas.
PDF Max might be a good option for making the illustrations?
I always use plain text editors for making "documents" in my Android phone, so I may have missed out on the possibilities word processors for the phone may have.
I am not sure about the differences in result produced by word processors in general, compared to PDF-editors.
There is also the "infamous LaTeX that takes longer time to learn than to write the book" ;) I don't know LaTeX.
I don't know how math formulas are usually represented on the web and elsewhere. One way would be to include in-line images made by other software.
I would like to have recommendations for what software(s) to use for writing this document containing body-text + basic math/physics formulas + illustrations.
An extension of the question would be to include videos and other moving images (and hyperlinks). But that would be for web-version only, of course.