- Posted on May 7, 2013
The latest set of upgrades to writeLaTeX include:
- New editor schemes - choose to use a Vim or Emacs style
- Faster previews - further performance improvements now live
- Simpler editor menu - easy downloading & sharing
This is based on your feedback and comments -- for example, Vim & Emacs styles for the editor gathered 40 votes on our feedback forum.
- Posted on April 30, 2013
This tweet by @arunsethuraman prompted many of you to share your experiences using LaTeX - in this blog post we've brought together a selection of our favourites to share!
- Posted on April 24, 2013
- Posted on April 21, 2013
The IEEE provides guidelines and templates for the preparation of papers and presentations for their conference proceedings.
We've pre-loaded five standard uses of the IEEE style into writeLaTeX to help you get started.
- Posted on April 14, 2013
Guest blog post by Mikhail Klassen
When I started graduate school in 2009, I was looking for a good way to keep track of my research progress. I knew it was very important to keep a research notebook, but I didn't know what was the best way of doing this.
In 2010, I started compiling regular notes in a special folder on my desktop. Before long I needed a system to organize them all. A system eventually came together, but it wasn't perfect. Worst of all, I couldn't share my system very easily with others. People saw my LaTeX research diary system, mumbled “That’s cool”, but only a few other geeks started using it.
In 2012, I discovered WriteLaTeX, which changes everything.