Don’t take our word for it. Tiny’s annual “product week” hackathon is a blast. We invited long-time TinyMCE user Marty Friedel to join us, and share his thoughts about TinyMCE with the team. Here’s his review of PW19.
Have you built a terrific open source or commercial plugin for TinyMCE? We’d love to hear about your plugin and discuss featuring it as part of our TinyMCE Technology Partners program. Once we’ve added your plugin to our growing list of technology partners, we’ll share the plugin with our global audience of technologists. We will…
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.
Earlier this month we hosted a TinyMCE 5 webinar, looking back at all our product releases in Q1, most notably the release of TinyMCE 5. We also offered a few tips around migration from TinyMCE 4 to TinyMCE 5, and shared some updates around our product roadmap. You can access the recording by going here.
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.