We've seen writeLaTeX continue to grow significantly through the first half of 2013, and are excited to have this opportunity to work with Paul and the BGV team to build on what's been achieved so far to create an integrated cloud-based writing and editing service for scientific publishing.
If you're working on a large project in LaTeX (such as a thesis or dissertation), you've probably split your work into many separate LaTeX files for easy management.
With the launch of our latest release, you can now quickly and efficiently edit all these files from one place -- the writeLaTeX editor.
Guest article by Jim Hefferon
Users groups for TeX have been around since 1980. I'm the Vice President of the original one, the TeX Users Group (TUG) and John asked me to write a bit about it.
WriteLaTeX is being used to teach math and science courses in universities around the world. Find out more in this short introductory video.
WriteLaTeX co-founder John Hammersley shows how to use the service to create, edit and share your scientific work.