As the efforts of the GitBook team are focused on the GitBook.com platform, the CLI is no longer under active development.
All content supported by the CLI are mostly supported by our GitBook.com / GitHub integration.
Content hosted on the legacy.gitbook.com will continue working until further notice. For differences with the new vesion, check out our documentation.
You can publish and host books easily online using gitbook.com. A desktop editor is also available.
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Complete documentation is available at toolchain.gitbook.com.
GitBook can be used either on your computer for building local books or on legacy.gitbook.com for hosting them. To get started, check out the installation instructions in the documentation.
GitBook can be used to create book, public documentation, enterprise manual, thesis, research papers, etc.
You can find a list of real-world examples in the documentation.
Help and Support
We're always happy to help out with your books or any other questions you might have. You can ask a question on the following contact form at gitbook.com/contact or signal an issue on GitHub.
- Write using Markdown or AsciiDoc
- Output as a website or ebook (pdf, epub, mobi)
- Lexicon / Glossary
- Variables and Templating
- Content References
- Beautiful default theme
Publish your book
The platform legacy.gitbook.com is like an "Heroku for books": you can create a book on it (public, or private) and update it using git push.
GitBook is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for the full license text.