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.
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.
I’ve been with Ephox for 6 years but back in 2000 I was working for Vignette, a leading content management system vendor. Over the last 10 years, I’ve seen the process of authoring content change dramatically along with the tools used. In 2000, content management systems were just coming into their own and while they had…
Web content management deployments always start off with the best intentions. Content gets migrated. Users are trained. The web site is up and running, content production is decentralized and everything is going smoothly. Then at some point things start to go awry. Over time, the very thing that enables us to manage content becomes itself unmanageable….