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Yuki & Moto Press Bookshelf Update - Free (Online) Books about Ruby 'n' Friends

Hello, I’m a big fan of the latest and greatest plugin addition to GitHub Pages (and Jekyll), that is, Jekyll Remote Themes. Using a simple config entry you can “automagically” pull in remote themes (layouts, includes, javascripts, etc). To once more show off / test the new functionality I’ve updated the Yuki & Moto Press Bookshelf (Static Website Source) to now use a remote book theme (that is, Octobook Twenty Eighteen) that turns your manuscripts in plain text w/ markdown formatting conventions into live (online) books. See the Gem Developer’s Guide as example. Happy reading. Happy publishing w/ GitHub Pages (and Jekyll). Cheers.

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