The best thing about Tiny is its community. We help millions of developers around the world build amazing products for content creation. Some users have found enormous success after launching or integrating Tiny into their early versions – companies like Atlassian, Medium, Evernote, Zendesk, Drift, and WordPress. Almost daily, we have discussions with startups like…
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.
The Tiny team is proud to introduce NiftyImages as a Technical Partner Program launch partner. NiftyImages makes it easy to add custom images and countdown timers to TinyMCE, and they count more than 10,000 users and have direct integrations into multiple Email Service Provider platforms.
Tiny, the rich-text editing platform that helped launch and scale successful brands including Atlassian and WordPress, announced today that it raised $4M in Series A funding led by BlueRun Ventures. Additionally, the company introduced a cloud file management system, Tiny Drive, and a preview of a new user interface in the upcoming version 5 of TinyMCE.
Thousands of products use TinyMCE and its default user interface to enable rich text editing. Nevertheless, some teams go to extraordinary lengths and invest a small fortune to build a custom UI with TinyMCE running underneath it in headless mode as the rich text editing engine. They essentially “opt out” of the TinyMCE UI. We…
Cloud-based file and image management for TinyMCE The “rich” in rich text editing generally means adding images, videos, and other files that are attached or embedded in your content. Until now, developers have had to undertake the difficult and time-consuming task to wire up file upload and management themselves. To solve this issue, we’re excited…
The WordPress Gutenberg project is one of the biggest changes in WordPress in a decade and we thought we would address a few questions and misconceptions about how it relates to TinyMCE. What is Gutenberg? Gutenberg is the codename for the new editor experience in the next major release WordPress. An official date has not…
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.
Whenever I see a table in a text editor, I want it to be a spreadsheet. I don’t want to have to move my data into a separate spreadsheet. I want the capability to be right there. Tiny Sheets is our experiment to add spreadsheet capabilities to TinyMCE.
Writing has changed. What used to be a solitary endeavor can now be a collaborative experience. From colleagues working real-time within the same office to contractors on the other side of the world commenting on your next big idea. Whatever the workflow this is now an expected part of the content creation experience. Introducing Tiny Comments.
We have BIG news. Ephox has been reborn under a new name. We are now Tiny! Why? Well, TinyMCE has built a massive following with developers over the years. According to Wappalyzer, TinyMCE has a 64% market share and it is downloaded more than 100,000 times a month. Our team is very fortunate to include…
Introducing two new education programs to help developers be more successful with TinyMCE. A Q&A Office Hours and an 8-week mini-course covering the basics.
Are your UX design and development teams always at odds? Guest author Luboš Volkov provides an outline of tools, strategies, and processes to improve collaboration between teams, ensuring that projects get completed on-time (and on-budget!).
Resumes say a lot about work experience, but there’s nothing like the professional portfolio to showcase development work. Guest author Flavio Pezzini how to build the perfect developer portfolio (with examples!) to get the attention of potential employers and clients.
Learn the basics of natural language processing by building a simple text classification program that can analyze expert wine reviews and recognize them by wine category.
The WebKit team recently released a significant update that delivers many improvements to the handling of content interactions with the clipboard. The TinyMCE team was a major contributor to several of these improvements. Here’s how it happened.