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.
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.
After a long period of development with a lot of twists and turns, Angular 2 was finally released as a non-beta version in September 2016. Our Engineering team member Mattias Wikstrom takes you through this simple guide to help you get started using TinyMCE with Angular 2.
We’ve got a big announcement today on the release of TinyMCE 4.5.2. In this post, we dive into our two new plugins, Enhanced Media Embed and Link Checker, that will take the content editing experience to a whole new level. Catch all the details in our latest blog post.
TinyMCE Cloud has added another layer value to customers, since its initial release twelve years ago. In this post, our SVP of Sales and Business Development Jeff Olson talks about who should be using TinyMCE Cloud, the benefits that customers stand to gain from TinyMCE Cloud deployment, and how to get started.
With TinyMCE Cloud, developers can deploy TinyMCE and premium plugins with zero hassle. In this post, Product Manager Jack Mason talks about the design considerations and challenges that went into developing TinyMCE Cloud, and how developers can benefit from this new type of deployment.
It can be painful to build websites with high standard content creation requirements, for WordPress developers. It’s just as frustrating for IT professionals to address issues that get in the way creating flawless content on WordPress sites. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing TinyMCE PowerPaste for WordPress, the ultimate way to supercharge any WordPress website with advanced content creation and editing.
If you use Microsoft Word for writing and WordPress for publishing, you already know they are not very compatible. Somewhere in the process of copying and pasting content, the format of your site starts to look like a mess. There is a better way.