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Join us at the CODEX Hackathon

GitBook is sponsoring the CODEX Hackathon, a unique opportunity to imagine the future of books and we’re inviting one of you to join us !

Branch builds

GitBook now automatically builds branches, a great feature for teams working with multiple branches at once.

Import your GitHub/Git repository

GitHub integration is a feature developers love, so we’ve made it even easier for devs to import books from GitHub.

Editor: Proofreading & Spellcheck

The editor is an essential part of the GitBook experience, authors need great tools to write their content. We’ve now integrated proofreading and spell checking directly into the editor, providing authors instant and valuable feedback as they type.

GitBook 2.0.0 beta: Almost Ready!

GitBook 2.0.0 is maturing, transitioning from alpha to beta and will soon become the new stable. Featuring large improvements, bug fixes and a fair share of shiny new features !

Django Girls gets women coding!

March 8th , women’s day, is the perfect occasion for us to tell you about one of the most inspiring group of authors on GitBook: Django Girls.

Introducing WebEditor v2: Better, Faster and AsciiDoc

The Editor is a critical part of an author’s workflow. Today we’re releasing our editor’s v2, with new features and fixes we hope will make you love writing with GitBook !

Dale Sande and Kianosh Pourian: writing 'Sass in the real world'

Dale Sande and Kianosh Pourian have found in Gitbook all the essential tools allowing them to succeed in their journey as self publishers