The first post in a 3-part series of articles by Lead UXer Anna Harrison and team dedicated to exploring the paradox of developing with contentEditable, and what it means for the future of rich-text editing and content creation.
Keeping track of document updates, file versions, plus discussions and decision points made while writing can get pretty messy. Especially with multiple authors involved in the process. Here’s how we see the future of collaboration for your applications.
CEO Andrew Roberts addresses several myths on the new WordPress Gutenberg editor, based on Q&A with the audience when he presented on “The What and Why of Gutenberg” at WordCamp New York.
TinyMCE comes with over 30 different keyboard shortcuts you can use to improve the content editing experience and help users become more familiar with using your application. In this tutorial, Support Engineer Ryan Pollard walks through the process of adding shortcuts for new and pre-existing functionality in TinyMCE with the editor.shortcuts API.
We are excited to announce TinyMCE’s next major release, continuing our commitment to the future of rich-text editing. TinyMCE 4.7 contains a refreshed modern theme and a new mobile-optimized experience. We also continue to make improvements to the core editor, delivering greater stability.