Two million hits in the first two weeks of launching TinyMCE Cloud was a great start to our new service. Since then, developer adoption of our Cloud has continued to grow. Unsurprisingly, we receive a lot of questions from developers about the best way to implement TinyMCE in their project.
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. This visual breakdown highlights the most “likely” situations you might face when deploying TinyMCE. We hope you find it useful.
By the way, if you have not yet signed up for a TinyMCE Cloud API key, you should. Especially since it includes a free image proxy service!
If you’re still unsure which path to take, explore the TinyMCE Community, where you can join the discussion on a whole range of TinyMCE-related topics. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news and updates.