TinyMCE 4.6 marks a significant update to the project since our last major release, and the many minor releases since. The majority of our work focused on restructuring the TinyMCE core, as we look to continuous delivery of editor updates, and a mobile future. But there’s one big update for users. Read on to learn more.
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.
Work on the new WordPress Gutenberg editor plugin has shifted into high gear with block types rolling out daily. In this post, we describe the TinyMCE block type that we are contributing to the community. What is TinyMCE block? The TinyMCE block will allow complex document constructs inside a single Gutenberg-style block. TinyMCE block will…
Earlier this year, we joined forces with Automatic and began working on the future editor of WordPress.org as a part of Project Gutenberg. This is the story of how we rose to the design challenge and what we learned along the way.
Creating content for the web is about to get easier. WordPress and its visual editor, TinyMCE, are getting some major improvements. A team of developers and designers from Automattic, Ephox and the WordPress community are dedicating themselves to make editing world-class. We are excited to announce that Automattic has become a major TinyMCE sponsor! Their…
A few weeks ago, we rolled out TinyMCE Cloud, which allowed you to sign up for a paid subscription to TinyMCE and our Premium Plugins delivered via the cloud. Today, we’re excited to introduce a free tier of this service: TinyMCE Cloud Basic!
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.