Today I’ll share a story of how a single, commonly-used workflow broke my startup. And how a simple solution might have saved the day.
What does HCL’s acquisition of Notes, Domino, and Connections mean for users? We headed to the Engage conference in Belgium to find out.
It’s time for your regular update of TinyMCE improvements. In this post we share news about the color picker, text directionality, RTL styles and icons, and more.
The Tiny team is proud to announce that TinyMCE is recognized as #1 in WYSIWYG editing in G2 Crowd’s Spring Grid Report, with the highest rating and for ease of use.
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.
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.