CKEditor Weekly for February 10, 2014
We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. The CKEditor documentation site got a few more updates last week and testing for a crucial new feature has begun. Read on for more...
CKEditor in review
- The team started testing CKEditor’s drag & drop ability. This is in preparation for improvements planned with the release of CKEditor 4.4, which will easily let you drag & drop files and other content into the WYSIWYG area.
One idea being bounced around is to create a drop area when users will be able to drop a file. It would be a semi-translucent rectangle with the message "Drop your files here".
- A new Contributing section was created in the CKEditor documentation site. There you will find information on how to contribute to the CKEditor community, like how to fork and localize the editor, and how to submit new skins and plugins. The section is still expanding so more details are coming in the near future.
Information on Bug Reporting was moved there too. It's a nice read for anyone who thinks they might have found an issue.
The Code Documentation Standards article was added to the documentation site as well.
Around the Net
- CKEditor Provider for DotNetNuke got an update. It's a highly recommended upgrade as it includes important fixes and upgrades to CKEditor 4.3.2.
- Django CKEditor Staticfiles 4.3.2 was released. The package is a simple Django app that contains the static files for CKEditor.
- An add-on (collective.ckeditor 4.0.0) that integrates CKEditor to Plone was released.
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!