How did we make the Tone Analyzer come together for our TinyMCE and Textbox.io editors? This is part 5 in my series on the Ephox Cognitive Assistant, where I go over the magic behind Watson’s psycholinguistic analysis process, and how we built the architecture to make it all happen.
More than fifty staff. Offices on three continents. The largest, dedicated development team working on rich-text editing. Pre-sales engineers. Full-time, professional, trained support. A team committed to customer success. Sales, marketing, and the budgets to innovate. Welcome to Ephox.
Ephox revolutionized web content creation for authors in June 2015. At this time TinyMCE became the first open source editor* with image editing capabilities. Called “Image Tools,” the feature enabled anyone to edit images, all within the rich-text editor itself.
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This post continues our series explaining why Ephox is the only choice for rich-text (aka WYSIWYG) content creation and editing. We began the discussion around our premium feature plugins and went behind the scenes into the Accessibility Checker solution. Today, we’ll take a look at into MoxieManager. Companies are well on their way to moving their…
When Tim Berners-Lee created the internet, he spent a lot of his time fighting for our right to privacy, freedom, and openness of the internet. For Ephox, this means making web content accessible for everyone. In this post we highlight how Ephox helps authors reach the hundreds of thousands of people who use accessibility technologies to access the internet.
It is well known that TinyMCE is a powerful rich-text editor, turning HTML textareas into a robust content creation solution. If you’ve looked inside the TinyMCE package, you’ll see it includes more than 40 plugins out of the box. But there’s much more to TinyMCE. In this post we’ll look at our most popular professional content add-on: PowerPaste.
Nothing is more frustrating than trying to troubleshoot a technical issue with an integration project and feeling lost at sea, without a paddle (to mix a few metaphors). And by sea, we mean the ocean of sweat and tears you experience when trying to figure out how to use an obscure API, or deal with a browser edge case, let alone who to talk to when it happens. This is where Ephox support comes to the rescue.
As part of Ephox’s design process, we put a lot of time and energy into reducing the obstacles between ideation and content creation. The harder we work on simplifying the content creation process, the easier it is for millions of writers to get their ideas heard.
This post continues our series explaining why Ephox is the only choice for rich-text (aka WYSIWYG) content creation and editing. Our previous post explores the fact that our editors are everywhere. Imagine walking into a cafe. It looks okay, but the experience leaves you frustrated and, just like the bad coffee, a little cold. Now: imagine walking into…
The IBM Connections Mobile team released an impressive update to the iOS app this week. This bumps the latest version 5.7.0, adds Textbox.io 2.0, and brings highlights worth looking at. Here’s the low-down.
Last week, we introduced a new series on the blog talking about why Ephox editors remain a top choice in WYSIWYG content creation. In today’s post, we’ll take a look reason #1: our editors are used by developers all around the world, to the point where we are (almost) everywhere. TinyMCE, our open source text…