This is a minor release, fixing some small issues found with version 2.4. For more details, please visit our dedicated web site for the Java Integration.
Wow! Things are working well for us. Exactly one year ago we have reached 2 million downloads, accumulating yet another million now. That's amazing, considering that we are counting only direct downloads, excluding the thousands of systems out there that contain FCKeditor embedded.
Let's move on to the next million, to be reached even faster with CKEditor 3.0. Thanks for trusting us!
This new release brings some nice new features to FCKeditor like the DIV Container Tool, "non breaking space" support and automatic e-mail protection. As usual, it also includes some minor fixes.
We'll be waiting a few days to catch some feedback for this beta. The stable release is planned to 5 August 2008.
The stabilization of version 2.4 of our Java integration package has been completed successfully. One important issue has been solved, making upgrading strongly recommended.
The FCKeditor.Java Documentation web site has also been enhanced, modified and completed. Be sure to spend some minutes there before downloading and installing it.
FCKeditor goes Java seriously now. Enjoy it!
To match the Opera 9.5 release, here we have a new version of FCKeditor. Other than providing better compatibility with this new browser, it fixes several important bugs and brings some few nice features to our editor.
We'll now continue working for the release of FCKeditor 2.6.2. In parallel to it, we have started coding CKEditor 3.0 (also known as V3), our next generation editor.
Stay in touch, and enjoy FCKeditor and Opera together!
Michael Osipov and Thilo Schwarz have worked hard during the last months to provide this brand new release of our Java integration package. Completely written from scratch, it leverages our Java code to provide the same quality and features available with other languages integrations.
This version is now managed with Maven 2, which reduces repetitive tasks dramatically. Because of Maven, a new Java dedicated web site is now up and running.
At FCKeditor, we are working hard to create the next generation text editor to be used all around the world. This is an exciting and challenging job.
The 2.6 development has been concluded. After the beta, this version comes to stabilize the new dialog system, as well as fix several issues.
We'll be waiting for a while to catch some feedback about this release, and hopefully the final 2.6 will become public soon, having the same code base as this Release Candidate.
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Other than amazing new features, FCKeditor 2.6 Beta brings compatibility with Adobe AIR 1.0.
We have worked in straight contact with the Adobe AIR team, checking all compatibility aspects between our applications and now you can use FCKeditor inside an AIR application sandbox just like you do in a web page.
Enjoy this experience, providing professional and rich applications with FCKeditor and Adobe AIR!
This release brings to public some amazing new features. Let's welcome the new dialog system, using floating elements with shadows and cool design. It is a high performance system bringing a nicer user experience, avoiding also the annoying warnings from popup blockers.
FCKeditor now supports "document.domain". It means that a web site at www.example.com can use FCKeditor from assets.example.com. This is a must have feature for the professional environment.
While the 2.x releases of FCKeditor continue rolling out, we are parallelly planning and developing FCKeditor 3 (code named "V3").
V3 will not only be an amazing piece of software. Its development methodology is to be completely transformed with the Open Development Effort.
We are proud to announce the birth of our new documentation web site: docs.fckeditor.net.
At FCKeditor Docs, you will find the complete documentation for FCKeditor, CKFinder and all projects we run around FCKeditor. It also includes the new User's Guide for FCKeditor.
We'll be constantly working to make it complete, full featured and updated. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.