#Nov 23, 2022 - SVG and PDF images

Images are now possible to be either SVG or PDF and are converted correctly depending on the export target. This keeps images in vector format for PDFs if possible!

#Nov 12, 2022 - Updates to Exports

We have completely overhauled our export service, and have improved the inclusion of metadata/frontmatter from the title block to be directly included in the PDF or word exports. We have also done an overhaul on improving all of the templated PDFs, and they are now available through the command line as well as the myst-templates organization here:

You can now also name any block in your articles as a part, like abstract or methods or dedication, and these will show up in the right place in the PDF or LaTeX\LaTeX exports.

#Nov 9, 2022 - Update Launchpad Server

There have been many changes to our CLI in the last two months, these are now in production in curvenote.com for serving the publishing infrastructure, and new updates will be coming to Microsoft Word and LaTeX\LaTeX export in the coming days!

#Oct 24, 2022 - Support Executable Books & MyST Markdown

Over the last several months we have been working to improve our integrations with the MyST ecosystem, which is a markup specification (myst spec) and now command line tools (mystjs) for scientific writing. These have been based on the Curvenote CLI, and you can read more about the history of how mystjs was built. The short version is that we worked with the Executable Books team to upstream a lot of our efforts on Curvenote to be stewarded and governed by that community. We think this is a healthy and important move for open science communication.

The new https://myst.tools landing page that is built with curvenote!

#Figure 1:The new https://myst.tools landing page that is built with curvenote!