PubSweet allows you to build state-of-the-art publishing platforms.
It's a modular and flexible framework consisting of a server and client that work together, components that can modify or extend the functionality of the server and/or client, and a command-line tool that helps manage PubSweet apps.
|pubsweet/pubsweet-server||an extensible backend API that runs on the server|
|pubsweet/pubsweet-client||an extensible frontend app that runs in the browser|
|pubsweet/pubsweet-components||pluggable extensions for server and/or client|
|pubsweet/pubsweet-cli||a suite of command-line tools for building and managing your platform|
The entry-point into PubSweet is the
pubsweet command-line tool: pubsweet-cli.
If you have a general query about PubSweet, or want to discuss anything with us, come and chat to us in our Mattermost channel.
Bug reports and feature requests belong in the issues of the relevant repository:
If you're not sure where an issue belongs, or to discuss the PubSweet ecosystem in general, use the pubsweet/pubsweet issues.
Projects using PubSweet
- Editoria - a book production platform built for University of California Press
PubSweet is part of the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation family.