Tiny 101: Intro to TinyMCE
Every Thursday, 10am PDT
New to TinyMCE? Not sure how to get started? Join our Tiny 101 “unboxing” series, where you’ll learn everything you need to make your project a success.
From the most common setup options to advanced config, to getting content and images to and from the database. Every session includes live code samples, demos, and Q&A. We even show you how to build a plugin using TinyMCE’s extensive API.
Sign up today and join millions of developers building great content creation experiences with TinyMCE.
Tiny 101 Overview
1. Unboxing TinyMCE (a review of implementation options)
At the end of this session, you will have an off-the-shelf Tiny instantiated with the default plugins, toolbars and menubar working.
2. TinyMCE Up and Running (a review of common configuration options)
Taking the basic instantiation from session #1, you’ll learn how to setup the most common configuration options.
3. Customizing the styles (the WYSIWYG part)
Learn how to make the content in the TinyMCE editor match the style of the page/app you’re building.
4. Content into and out of TinyMCE
In this session, you’ll learn how to get text from the editor into a database.
5. The top plugins for the editor (a mix of community and commercial)
Learn how to setup the most popular plugins and how you can use them to build a great content creation experience.
6. Working with images and async image upload
“Session #4, but for images.” You’ll learn how to get images from the editor into your database.
7. TinyMCE with popular Web Frameworks
Learn about our officially maintained wrappers for React, Angular, Vue. We’ll demo a sample React app and we’ll have showcase apps and code for Vue and Angular too.
8. Extending TinyMCE
Learn how to add customized functionality to the editor using the TinyMCE API. You’ll learn how to build a custom plugin and search the API docs to unlock TinyMCE’s full potential.
Sessions run every Thursday at 10am PDT, registration is essential and places are limited to the first 100 participants.
Join us at Tiny Office Hours and get your questions answered
Every Tuesday, 10am PDT
Are you starting out with TinyMCE? Or perhaps you’re an experienced developer using our APIs to build custom plugins?
Whatever your skill level and experience, we invite you to join our Office Hours and ask any TinyMCE related question to our support engineers.
Join us in an open Q&A Office Hours session, where you can ask whatever is on your mind (about the editor of course).
Sessions run every Tuesday at 10am PDT and registration is essential.
Think! Join us at IBM’s largest global event – IBM Think 2018
March 19-22 | Las Vegas, NV
The Tiny team will be sharing our vision for the future of collaborative editing and augmented writing at IBM Think 2018. We hope to see you there and look forward to sharing how we see cognitive, AI and IBM Watson shaping the future of how humans communicate.
Please direct interview requests with Tiny CEO Andrew Roberts to the marketing team, email@example.com
Join our CEO Andrew Roberts at WordCamp US 2017
December 1-3 | Nashville, TN
If you manage an open source project, join our CEO Andrew Roberts at WordCamp US. Andrew will share some of the most important lessons he has learned about commercializing open source.
As CEO of the company behind the TinyMCE project, Andrew is in the trenches daily with the team working on the commercialization of the world’s most popular rich-text editor. Which, just in case you didn’t know, is the editor in WordPress. It’ll be a fun, interesting talk about balancing the open source ethos and running a profitable business.
Designers don’t PR: Integrating design into large, open source projects
October 23 | Brisbane, Australia
We know that technology created in partnership with design is good business: the era of technology by technologists for technologists has gone the way of the tag. And yet, the pragmatics of folding design neatly into the development process is not super easy.
Join Tiny’s lead UX designer Anna Harrison for a fun session in which she shares reflections and musings on her year of working as a contributing designer on the WordPress Gutenberg editor – a large, distributed, open source project that lives in GitHub.
Learn more and get your tix today.
Tiny CEO to speak at WordCamp NY about Gutenberg
October 21-22 | New York, NY
Project Gutenberg is front-of-mind for everyone in the WordPress community. As CEO of the company behind the TinyMCE project—the editor in WordPress—Andrew will share the experiences of our team as we work on Gutenberg.
Grab your WordCamp NYC tickets and we cannot wait to see you there.
A headline bot generated this talk title, and you won’t believe what happened next
September 28 | Sydney, Australia
Have you ever sat down to write something, got stuck, and realized that you were watching cat videos instead of researching the secret life of plants? Well, you are not alone. Switching contexts between writing and research put a big cognitive load on the writer, making this everyday task remarkably difficult for the average citizen.
Join Anna Harrison, Head of UX at Tiny, as she explores the future of writing with AI. Get your tickets today.
Decoding Design: Because You Are Not “Just Like Your User”
September 21-22 | Melbourne, Australia
As a technologist, your aim in life is to capture as many of these tappers and swipers as you can. Given that there are only about 22 million developers in the world, it is likely that the tappers and swipers will not at all be just like you. Building a product for people like you, therefore, greatly limits the size of your total addressable market – which in short, is really bad business.
Join Anna Harrison, Head of UX at Tiny, for an entertaining, practical and example packed presentation that will absolutely change the way you view the role of design in the making of your next product.
Tiny Insights: WebRadar Support & Licensing
March 28 | Webinar
IBM support for Tiny (Ephox) WebRadar ends March 31st. In this webinar you will learn how we’ll support existing Web Content Manager customers. New WCM customers should join too – we will discuss your pricing and licensing options. Plenty of time is allocated to Q&A, so be sure to attend to get your questions answered.
- Licensing for existing customers
- Licensing for new customers
- New pricing options
Join Tiny’s design lead Anna Harrison at ForwardJS
March 1 | San Francisco, CA
Anna Harrison will explain why config options are the place where arguments go to die. Come say hi and chat about forward thinking design.
Discover the future of cognitive content at IBM Amplify 2017
March 20–22 | MGM Grand | Las Vegas, NV
After a hugely successful IBM Connect—where our Watson powered cognitive assistants featured at the OGS—the Tiny team is gearing up for IBM Amplify in Las Vegas. We had a great time last year and we look forward to reconnecting this year.
Visit our booth (145) on the Cognitive Concourse and see how Tiny is redefining engagement in the cognitive era.
We encourage all WebRadar users to visit the booth, where you will learn more about changes to WebRadar licensing and support.
Celebrate with Tiny at IBM Connect 2017
February 20–23 | Moscone West | San Francisco, CA
Lookout, IBM Connect: The Tiny (Ephox) Australia Day Party is back and better than ever. Celebrate with us on Tuesday night, February 21st at our new venue, with new entertainment, and the same Aussie fun you’ve come to know and love.
Don’t miss this chance to meet and mingle with the Tiny team, IBM executives, and business partners for a great night of singing and rocking out to your favorite tunes with cover band Wonderbread 5. And in true San Franciscan spirit, we’ll be hosting food trucks at the party, courtesy of Sam’s ChowderMobile! The first 150 attendees get to pick from a wide array of food items such as Fish and Chips, Baja Fish Tacos, and more.
So, space is limited! Hit up your Tiny (Ephox) and IBM networks to find out how you can get access to this exclusive, one-of-a-kind event at IBM Connect. You can also contact us to plead your case or find us on Twitter—use the hashtag #EditWithWatson and explain in one tweet how you’ll bring the party to the Tiny (Ephox) party.
See you there!