CKEditor Weekly for June 09, 2014
We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. CKEditor took part in an important meeting to determine the direction of contentEditable last week, and we have some news about development. Read on for more...
CKEditor in review
Various Web Standards bigwigs met on Friday via conference call to discuss the direction of contentEditable, an HTML feature upon which browser-based WYSIWYG editors are based.
Representatives from Microsoft, Google, W3C and CKEditor's Piotrek Koszulinski were in attendance. The call was aimed at speeding up work on specifications which will improve the implementation of WYSIWYG editors in the future.
Work on Nested Widgets was completed for 4.4.2 without touching the API. The changes improve the most important behaviors of Nested Widgets. CKEditor 4.5 will further polish them by including deeper or harder to evaluate changes.
- Just a reminder that FCKeditor 2.6.11 was released last week. It includes an important security fix so we urge everyone who still uses FCKeditor to please upgrade to this latest version. Of course, upgrading to the latest CKEditor would be an even better option.
Around the Net
CKEditor integration has been introduced in the Entity Embed module, which is currently under heavy development.
DevAndClick posted a detailed video tutorial in French on how to install CKEditor in Symfony 2.
Sven Hasselbach posted an article on how to load data to CKEditor in AngularJS while using an XPage handler.
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!