CKEditor Weekly for August 11, 2014
We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. It's been a rather slow few days, with most of the core team taking time off for the summer, but we still managed to get some work done. A member of the community also uploaded a rather cool widget that lets you add footnotes! Read on for more...
CKEditor in review
- Work on the new CKEditor SDK and documentation is moving ahead nicely. Enter key and BBCode samples were recently completed, and our HTML Writer guide in the Output Formatting section was recently updated.
- Artur Delura finished implementing an auto-generated source feature for the new SDK samples. It will let you to copy the source parts needed to run the desired sample.
- Work on the new Media Embed plugin is almost finished. It will use the Iframely library but the plugin will let you use any media provider.
- Frederico Knabben was recently interviewed by Binpress about the rise of CKEditor and how the Open Source application managed to make CKSource a successful and profitable company.
Around the Net
- P'unk Avenue released an update to their module that replaces Apostrophe’s content area with CKEditor. Apostrophe is an Open Source content management system built with Symfony.
- Andy.Kirk released widgets-based plugin called CKEditor Footnotes that lets you easily add footnotes inside a CKEditor instance. The plugin requires jQuery to work. Feel free to test the widget and give the creator some feedback!
That's it for this week. If you would like to be featured in one of our CKEditor Weeklies, or have an interesting tidbit that relates to CKEditor, leave a comment below or contact us!