GitBook Editor

The easiest way to write a book from your web browser

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Benoît de MonteclerEntrepreneur, UX/UI Designer
I'm using GitBook for my book, their editor is perfect!
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Ben Halpern
Founder of dev.to
Looks super promising.
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Mike Coutermarsh
Used to build Product Hunt. Now GitHub
MUCH NEEDED! I wrote a book last year and found myself battling with formatting/organization constantly. I was working with a more traditional publisher and the process was mainly microsoft word & dropbox. It worked, but I kept wishing I was using markdown / git. An easy to use interface for reviewers would be great as well (something that doesn't require any knowledge of git).
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Reminds me of Penflip (originally hunted here: http://www.producthunt.com/posts...). These webapps are always neat, but I think the key to success in the collaborative writing/version control market is to integrate into existing workflows. I don't want to use a new editor when I already love Ulysses, but it'd be great to be able to fork and git-diff projects. (I've only just noticed that Penflip actually has a git-friendly API... interesting).
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Mohit Mamoria
Maker and Storyteller
This is perfect!
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