We added cloud file and image management to TinyMCE. In this simple to understand Developer Guide you’ll learn how to configure the TinyMCE editor and secure your Drive instance using JWT.
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.
TinyMCE comes with over 30 different keyboard shortcuts you can use to improve the content editing experience and help users become more familiar with using your application. In this tutorial, Support Engineer Ryan Pollard walks through the process of adding shortcuts for new and pre-existing functionality in TinyMCE with the editor.shortcuts API.
Support Engineer Ryan Pollard continues his two-part tutorial series on how to export content from the TinyMCE editor and into your application. In this post, he uncovers 3 more ways to achieve this.
Whether you’re attracted to the control and granularity of the SDK, or enticed by the automation and convenience of having your editor instance in the Cloud, here’s an infographic to help you decide the right TinyMCE deployment option that’s right for your business.
Did you know that TinyMCE has keyboard shortcuts out of the box? If not, you’re not alone. Since this might be TinyMCE’s best-kept secret, we created a one-page, printable infographic to keep by your desk. We hope you find it useful.