We’re introducing calendar-based versioning for our REST API, so we can keep evolving our API, whilst still giving integrators a smooth migration path and plenty of time to update their integrations.
We’ve upgraded GitHub Pages to support the latest version of Jekyll, the open source static site generator. Whether you’re a new user or a savvy veteran, here are a few features that might help make publishing your next site a bit easier:
Native Sass & CoffeeScript support – Simply commit a
- Kramdown as the default Markdown engine – In addition to better error handling, Kramdown supports MathJax, fenced code blocks, nested lists, tables, and much more.
- Collections – With collections, Jekyll is no longer limited to just posts and pages—it can now publish all kinds of different documents, such as code methods, team members, or your favorite open source projects.
JSON data –
.jsonfiles in the
_datadirectory now get read in and are exposed to Liquid templates as the
site.datanamespace (along with
Under the hood there’s also some great time savers such as front-matter defaults, the
group_by filters, and a new starter site. Check out the full list of 300+ changes and new features added to Jekyll since version 1.5.1.