Release Notes of the Hub
Release-notes-hub is a hosting service for "Release Notes" - an easy to use, human readable and machine processable schema for release notes.
Add support for defining release page title, description and github repo link.
New badge icon with shorter text.
New releases are calculated based on release position/index, rather then by version and release date.
Fix release date display by using UTC. (#46)
Add support for publishing release notes to different teams.
Fix sorting of newest release notes on front page.
This release improves the overall UI/UX and code quality and introduces authentication via github.
Introduce badge and markdown for embedding. (#22)
Introduce static asset revisioning by appending content hash to filename.
Serve roboto webfont to remove external deps and to optimize performance.
Inline material design svg icons.
Add support for signing up w/o username. (#11)
Add support for managing private auth tokens. (#30)
Add support for signing in via github. (#7)
Add support for rendering markdown in release notes.
Rework overall page layout.
Treat username case insensitive. (#11)
Upgrade from node 6 to 8 (latest LTS).
Upgrade code to use async/await instead of callbacks.
This release introduces a new logo and adds support for broadcasting notifications.
/mit-licensepage for displaying the applying oss license. (#14)
Redirect the user to the previously requested url after successfull login. (#16)
Setup status page (https://status.release-notes.com)
Add support for subscriptions (subscribe/unsubscribe). (#4)
New origami pigeon logo and introduction of
Add support for broadcasting release notes update notifications to email subscribers. (#9)
This release improves form validation and adds support for updating release notes.
Add support for publishing a new revision of existing release-notes. (#5)
Introduce backend form validation. Restrict user and release note names to numbers, letters and dashes.
Added help info on form fields.
Display most recently updated release notes on home screen.
Introduce accounts & session based auth.
Upload & rendering of release notes.
Styles based on bulma css framework.
Basic express/kermit setup.
Introduce these release notes.