This is a bug fix release preceding CKEditor 3.1, which will be released soon.
Check out the What's New? page for the full list of changes.
CKEditor 3.0.1 is now released. This is the first bug fixing release for the 3.0 series.
It's a pleasure to announce that the CKEditor 3.0 release had a strong success is several aspects, including its stability. Very few issues have been reported and none of them are critical.
This new release comes to fix several small things. Some noticeable entries:
People have been talking a lot about CKEditor 3 on the web. We're having very good feedback for the nice stuff we've brought with our new editor. One of the most noticeable changes is its loading performance.
There are still several myths around web programming though, and we've faced one of them on the comments for the Ajaxian article about the recent CKEditor release: file sizes.
A new major release of our good and widely known FCKeditor is available. We've been focused on fixing small compatibility issues with some browsers (IE8 mainly) and porting a nice feature introduced with CKEditor 3, our unique Spell Check As You Type (SCAYT) solution.
This release also introduces some important security fixes. Upgrading is highly recommended. Special thanks to Pete Freitag Foundeo Inc. for reporting the security issue.
This release is not yet targeted to production web sites. It's ready and stable enough to be integrated on testing environments, preparing your software for the upcoming Release Candidate.
The stabilization of FCKeditor 2.6.4 Beta has been completed successfully. We are proud to come with a brand new version of our editor, ready for production use.
As of this version, we're offering the WebSpellChecker integration, a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You will now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installations and configurations.
We've been working hard during the last year to produce our new generation editor. It is something completely new, out of comparison to any solution available in the market.
CKEditor 3.0 is not ready yet, but its foundation is complete, and we want to start showing to public the results of it.
This version is still buggy and misses several features. It's not to be used on production web sites. If you are looking for a powerful and stable editor, then stay with FCKeditor for now.
This new version introduces the WebSpellChecker integration, a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You will now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installations and configurations.