HubPress


We Aren't Dead Yet: HubPress Roadmap

In a bug report we triaged recently, a new HubPress adopter questioned the future of the project. We have not released a platform update since June 2016. It’s a fair question for the HubPress community to ask what the future of the project

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Update: What's New in Version 0.6.0

Here we go, the first release of Summer! Table of Contents HubPress supports RSS! Upgrades are simpler with a link Bugs…​ HubPress supports RSS! RSS feed is now available at the url <url_of_your_blog>/rss! It is rebuild when:

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Update: What's New in Version 0.5.1

It’s time for a new release of HubPress, which bumps the version up to 0.5.1. If you’re looking for more information, all new features are highlighted in the docs with 0.5.1. A "What’s New" video

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Update: What's New in Version 0.4.0

It’s been a year since HubPress launched. How time flies! 1,976 forks. 2,205 stars. An english README translated in spanish, chinese and japanese. Hundreds of progressive blogs using HubPress and Asciidoctor to write scaleable content, in an easy-to-use product. Best of

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Update: What's New in Version 0.3.0

This release of HubPress implements user token changes made to the GitHub Authorization API, that require immediate action from all HubPress Bloggers. You must update your version of HubPress before the 20 April 2015. How Does the New API Affect HubPress? When you logon to

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Enhancing HubPress Documentation

It’s The Docs Guy here with some thoughts about the current HubPress Documentation and how it’s delivery and presentation can be improved. Through amazing community support, HubPress has grown considerably in popularity and features. Since starting as The Docs Guy shortly

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The Docs Guy

Jared Morgan is a Technical Writer for Red Hat, Ltd in Brisbane, Australia. By day, he produces open source user assistance for Red Hat JBoss Middleware. By night, he uses his craft to improve open source software products one README at a time. In between,

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Update: What's new in Version 0.2.0

An updated version of HubPress is now available with the following new features: New feature: Syntax Highlighting Most users of HubPress are tech bloggers and find themselves writing many command-line examples in the blog posts they write. Code Highlighting is now implemented in HubPress. function

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HubPress loves Instagram !

If you are an Instagram user, you can easily put your photos in your blog post. You just have to get your photo’s embed code: And then paste it in HubPress and surround it with 4 +'s as shown below. ++++ put your embedded

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HubPress: a web application to build static blogs on GitHub Pages.

As Jekyll, Octopress or Awestruct, the goal of HubPress is to build static content on Github Pages. These tools are really great, but we wanted to provide a tool that is more user-friendly and accessible for the average person. Another reason is because we love

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