We are thrilled to announce that TinyMCE 5 is now available for deployment into production environments. TinyMCE 5 delivers significant improvements for developers who integrate and build upon the editor, for designers who need to seamlessly fit TinyMCE into their product or larger design system, and for end users producing the endless variety of creative content that is the heartbeat of their applications.
Earlier this week we announced the next evolution of our rich text editing product line, TinyMCE 5. TinyMCE 5 is the replacement product for users of previous releases of EditLive! and TinyMCE. Read on to learn about your migration and support options.
Earlier this week we announced the next evolution of our rich text editing product line, TinyMCE 5. TinyMCE 5 is the replacement product for users of previous releases of Textbox.io and TinyMCE. Read on to learn about your migration and support options.
You signed up for a Tiny account. What’s next? In this post we’ll walk you through setting up your API key. You’ll have Tiny Cloud up and running in as little as five minutes.
In this post we’ll help you get our 5 most popular plugins* instantiated in your tinymce instance. We’ll be using the TinyMCE Cloud versions, which removes the requirement to setup server-side components. You’ll see that our cloud really has made building an amazing content creation experience much easier.
OutSystems is the leading low code platform for building apps. If you want to know how to use TinyMCE in your OutSystems Apps, read this now.
The Tiny team is proud to introduce WIRIS as a new member of our Technical Partner Program. WIRIS makes the leading equation editor for TinyMCE, and is available in other popular applications like Google Docs. Let’s explore WIRIS MathType with Manuel Cagigas and Juan Lao from the WIRIS math team.
Up for a challenge? We’re interested in having developers build a new plugin or recreate a TinyMCE 4 plugin with our new user interface API, and report any issues to us via Github. We want to hear about your experience working with the new API, what documentation works, and what is missing.
We’re happy to announce the addition of multiuser support and a maximum image dimension to Tiny Drive, the introduction of a Format Painter plugin, and the progression of TinyMCE 5 from Beta to Release Candidate.
Tiny is proud to announce that Mike Hideo, Senior Director Software Engineering, was recently elected to Open Source Industry Australia’s board of directors. OSIA is the industry body representing Australia’s free & open source software (FOSS) companies.
Christine Preusle at HostingAdvice recently interviewed our CEO, Andrew Roberts, in a far reaching discussion about TinyMCE, our newly released file manager Drive, and what it takes to create seamless, scalable solutions.
We’re excited to announce that TinyMCE 5 has progressed from developer preview to beta. We introduce a powerful CSS framework for customizing the design, upgraded official plugins, a more compelling default UI, a greatly improved library of UI components, and the addition of new UI APIs.
Real-time co-editing is a crucial feature for collaboration. Yet until now, building a robust, user-friendly real-time co-editor has been notoriously challenging and costly – even for the tech giants that have so many resources at their disposal. Until now. Introducing Codox Wave for TinyMCE.