{"_id":"542979c51215fe08007e0eea","initVersion":{"_id":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee8","version":"1.0"},"project":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee5","__v":1,"tags":[],"user":{"_id":"542979b61215fe08007e0ee4","username":"","name":"Jeffrey Hoffman"},"createdAt":"2014-09-29T15:24:53.529Z","changelog":[],"body":"I am very pleased to announce the release of Inkcite 1.0.\n\nInkcite is an opinionated workflow for building modern, responsive email.  Inkcite is built for automation and collaboration.  It makes it easy for email developers to keep their code DRY (don’t repeat yourself) and integrate versioning, testing and minification into their workflow.\n\n* Live desktop and on-device responsive previews\n* Easy, flexible templates, variables and helpers\n* Lorem ipsum & placehold.it built-in for rapid prototyping\n* ERB for easy A/B testing, versioning and programmatic content\n* Automatic link tagging and tracking\n* [Litmus](http://litmus.com) integration for compatibility testing\n* Multiple preview distribution lists\n* Failsafe rules to help prevent mistakes\n\nInkcite is 21st century technology that makes 90s era tables fun again and will put you back on speaking terms with Outlook 2007.  It replaces the hodgepodge of tools (such as Middleman, Grunt, CSS style in-liners, etc.) typically necessary to automate your email workflow.  \n\nAt [Inkceptional](http://inkceptional.com), we’ve been building and refining this toolset, now formally known as Inkcite, for years. Inspired by Jason Rodriguez’s post [Email as an Open Book](https://litmus.com/blog/email-as-an-open-book) and the [amazing responsive patterns](http://responsiveemailpatterns.com/) by Brian Graves, we decided it was time to open-source our toolset to make the world a better place for email coders everywhere.","slug":"welcome-to-inkcite","title":"Introducing Inkcite"}

Introducing Inkcite


I am very pleased to announce the release of Inkcite 1.0. Inkcite is an opinionated workflow for building modern, responsive email. Inkcite is built for automation and collaboration. It makes it easy for email developers to keep their code DRY (don’t repeat yourself) and integrate versioning, testing and minification into their workflow. * Live desktop and on-device responsive previews * Easy, flexible templates, variables and helpers * Lorem ipsum & placehold.it built-in for rapid prototyping * ERB for easy A/B testing, versioning and programmatic content * Automatic link tagging and tracking * [Litmus](http://litmus.com) integration for compatibility testing * Multiple preview distribution lists * Failsafe rules to help prevent mistakes Inkcite is 21st century technology that makes 90s era tables fun again and will put you back on speaking terms with Outlook 2007. It replaces the hodgepodge of tools (such as Middleman, Grunt, CSS style in-liners, etc.) typically necessary to automate your email workflow. At [Inkceptional](http://inkceptional.com), we’ve been building and refining this toolset, now formally known as Inkcite, for years. Inspired by Jason Rodriguez’s post [Email as an Open Book](https://litmus.com/blog/email-as-an-open-book) and the [amazing responsive patterns](http://responsiveemailpatterns.com/) by Brian Graves, we decided it was time to open-source our toolset to make the world a better place for email coders everywhere.