The TigYog docs
or, How to TigYog
You want to write courses on TigYog? This TigYog course teaches you how. (Yes, it’s all very meta.)
Questions and responses 🤔
TigYog’s bread-and-butter: multiple-choice questions, with customized responses. You can craft all kinds of interactive tutorials and fiction by combining these two features. Here’s how.
Chapters and pre-selling 📖
A TigYog course/book is made up of chapters. Here’s how to create them, link to them, etc. You can also announce chapters before you’ve written them, enabling you to pre-sell your course.
Readers can subscribe for updates on your course. You can email your subscribers whenever you like, e.g. to tell them that a new chapter is out.
Custom domains 🕸️
Soon you will be able to put your course on your own domain, like
geometry.org. It just takes a dash of DNS.
TigYog has an interactive WYSIWYG editor, which we think works nicely for creating interactive content. But if you’re importing pre-existing content, or you prefer using plaintext, you might want to write your content in TigYog-Flavored Markdown. This feature is still in the works — stay tuned.
Publish using CLI 🤓
TigYog has an official CLI that lets you write your course in Markdown, log in with a CLI, and deploy using git. This is an alternative to the WYSIWYG editor built into the TigYog website. You might want it if you prefer developer tooling, or you need more advanced collaboration or version control.