October 29th, 2009 by
From version 4 of Plone, TinyMCE will be the default editor, replacing Kupu.
Rob Geitema has made some excellent work in integrating the editor into Plone.
There was a Plone conference covering (amongst other things) the upcoming TinyMCE integration, check out the recording on Rob Geitema blog.
Very nice integration work!
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October 2nd, 2009 by
We thought we should share some info about some updates coming to TinyMCE.
The next TinyMCE release will probably be a slight jump in version numbers and have release candidates due to the massive code rewrite on certain parts. I won’t go into details regarding the changes, but it should mean even more flexibility, better performance, smaller codebase (not an easy achievement) and better sync in functionality between browsers. This update is still far away and there might be other updates in the meantime, but just so you know, we are hard at work with continually improving the editor!
On another note, we are looking into moving TinyMCE to Github, we haven’t quite decided it yet, still a lot to learn about Git, but it should mean that it gets easier for external developers to contribute code in the long run.
Also, some addition to the last post, After the Deadline spell checker is also available as a TinyMCE plugin, check their website! It is the best spell checker for TinyMCE hands down. We are looking into talking with Automattic about possibly including it in the base package of TinyMCE (get in touch guys!).
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