CKEditor Weekly for August 24, 2015
Here is your CKEditor weekly update. Last week we have released CKEditor 4.5.3 and added some improvements to CKFinder 3 and Bender.js. CKEditor's Lead Developer, Piotrek Koszuliński, is currently present at the W3C Editing Task Force meeting in Paris - find out what he is doing there. Read on for more.
CKEditor in Review
CKEditor's Lead Developer, Piotrek Koszuliński, is currently present at the W3C Editing Task Force meeting in Paris, discussing the future of contentEditable. Here you can read the minutes from the meeting.
We are still working on the upcoming release of CKFinder 3.1. Last week we:
- Worked on fixing downloading files on iOS devices.
- Continued to work on accessibility issues.
- Did some minor UI fixes.
- Reworked the way of how long running task are handled - mostly for operations on remote backends (Dropbox, Amazon S3).
We have updated test framework adapters for Bender.js:
All adapters now fully support nested test suites. We also removed regressions feature which is supported natively by test frameworks.
Improvements for Bender.js are still in progress, but we are moving towards the 1.0.0 release.
Around the Net
- Another article in our publication on Medium - "Fixing ContentEditable".
- 4 Common CKEditor Installation Mistakes And How To Avoid Them - A new blog post on CKEditor.com.
- CKEditor wrapper for Vaadin - This component provides a wrapper around it for use in a Vaadin-based application.
- How to upgrade CKEditor in Liferay 6.0.6 using hook plugin? - A blog post that might be of interest to all Liferay users.
- ckeditor_rails - This Ruby gem has been updated to 4.5.2.
That sums up the last 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.
Enjoy the upcoming week!