CKEditor Weekly for December 17, 2013
We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. With CKEditor 4.3.1 out the door, the team is back to fixing and tweaking upcoming releases. We also have a Christmas surprise for the community!
CKEditor in review
- CKEditor 4.3.1 was released last week. It introduced a number of fixes and a few accessibility improvements. You can check out the official release blog here...
- The team is back to fixing issues. Though still weeks away, CKEditor 4.3.2 is already shaping up to be an ambitious release.
- The core team is working on widgets compatibility with divarea. If you have any feedback, here's an umbrella ticket.
- An Xmas Card plugin was added to the Add-ons repository that brings up a holiday greetings card. You can customize the plugin by changing the image and text to whatever you want.
Around the Net
- trsteel88 released a Symfony2 bundle that allows the easy integration of CKEditor in the Symphony framework.
- phpwcms released an update that now includes CKEditor 4.3.1. The flexible web-based CMS framework uses PHP and MySQL.
- Mark Conroy released a simple tutorial on how to install CKEditor using the Open Source CKEditor library.
You can also follow the official CKEditor tutorial located here. And for those who don't know, Drupal 8 will include CKEditor by default.
- Riklaunim updated the django-ckeditor fork to version 4.2.6. The application adds CKEditor to Django admin or in forms.
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!