We’ve worked for much of the past year to understand the needs and wishes of the TinyMCE Community. During this process, we found a few common themes. First, the need for fast, reliable help. Second, the need for high-quality resources to make your life easier while you work. With that said, we’re excited to announce our new Community hub. Here’s a quick functional tour.
We know we released a lot of new functionality in our TinyMCE 4.4 update, so we thought it would be helpful to dive further into some of the new features, and provide more detail in addition to what was in our original post. We’re going to start with Smart Paste, and you can expect to…
Summer’s been heating up at Ephox HQ in California this July and August, and we’re on a hot streak of releases and announcements for TinyMCE. We announced TinyMCE Ecommerce, launched TinyMCE Cloud, and released TinyMCE 4.4. Read more to learn what else we’ve been up to.
If you weren’t able to attend one of our recent TinyMCE webinars, you missed out on a lively discussion about the latest updates available in TinyMCE 4.4. We’re pleased to bring you a summary of the key talking points during the post-demo Q&A. If you haven’t yet checked out the new release, read our announcement…
In this brief walk-through, we’ll show you how simple it is to deploy TinyMCE’s new Cloud offering. The process is mostly the same as an integration using our SDK, with a few minor changes, including the inclusion of your API key in the script that loads the editor.
In the twelve months since Ephox and Moxiecode merged we’ve been very focused on bringing new value to TinyMCE. We have added a variety of new capabilities to the open source version of TinyMCE, including image editing tools in 4.2, media embeds and code snippets in 4.3, and the new, minimalist “Medium-style” InLite theme in our latest update, 4.4.
The major feature of this release is a new theme, called InLite. The design team created InLite in response to user requests for a minimalist interface. Working seamlessly with TinyMCE’s inline mode it delivers a similar experience Medium’s interface.
For the past decade or so the only way to use TinyMCE was by downloading the SDK or by enabling CDN delivery. This changes today. Easy installation. Automatic upgrades. Advanced features. Deploying TinyMCE has never been this easy. Introducing TinyMCE Cloud.
Open source projects inherently require a dynamic exchange between the technology, people and companies involved. Ephox’s customer success team liaises with our internal teams and external developer users on a daily basis, maintaining the conversations that help shape the future of TinyMCE.
TinyMCE co-founder Joakim Lindkvist recently made his first visit to Umbraco’s annual user conference, intriguingly called CodeGarden. As you’ll learn, it was an amazing event, and we think there will be a much larger TinyMCE contingent next year. After all, who doesn’t like fighting knights and sushi?