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…
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.
The world of language is big, and only getting bigger. Content Marketer at Ephox Kristel Gelera sheds light on three powerful reasons to invest a pro spell checker, and what the business benefits are of taking advantage of the premium plugin’s most popular feature, Custom Dictionaries.
Use Node.js and MongoDB together in your application? Guest author Mikhail Angelov shares another way to write integration and end-to-end tests with Node.js and MongoDB that runs on real instances of the database, without needing to set up an elaborate test environment. Read on to learn more.
When it comes to building apps for today’s multi-screen user, you don’t have to think twice about taking a mobile-first approach. Guest author Daniel Schawrz goes over tools and best practices for prototyping a responsive web design optimized for a mobile experience.
Building out your application’s information architecture is a fundamental part of the UX design process. This is a light, but useful, post for exploring the methods and tools for mapping a solid IA blueprint.
Get to know Angular 5 by building a simple notes application in this tutorial. Guest author Sergey Moiseev walks through the basics of using the Angular CLI, working with forms, and more.
If you want to give users the ability to annotate content on your site, this is the perfect tutorial for you. Guest author Anton Shkuratov explains how to configure a simple JS tool that lets you add text highlight, underline, and strike-through functionality within the browser.
From the requirements gathering to managing your key stakeholder relationships – there are a lot of moving parts toward a successful product launch. Most developers and designers use the agile and Lean UX methodologies toward enterprise product development, but Guest author Andi Omtvedt discusses a more participatory and cross-functional approach to get everyone involved from day one, with Collaborative Design.