CKEditor Weekly for November 24, 2014
We're back with another CKEditor Weekly! CKEditor 4.4.6 should be out tomorrow, we have another update in the Documentation site and there's news about CKFinder 3. Read on for more...
CKEditor in review
- CKEditor 4.4.6 should be out tomorrow! The update was slightly delayed because the team decided to work on a few issues that were being postponed for a long time. Version 4.4.6 will introduce a variety of fixes. You can check out the list of updates here...
- The CKFinder team is currently working on integration between CKEditor and the upcoming CKFinder 3 release.
- Now that CKEditor 4.4.6 testing is over, Piotr Jasiun is back working on the Notifications plugin, which should be included in the anticipated CKEditor 4.5 release. The debate is also over: it will be officially called the "Notifications" plugin, as opposed to the "Toast" plugin.
- We created a new CKEditor Accessibility overview article, which talks about our compliance with most important standards, supported platforms and accessibility-related features in CKEditor.
- hendr1x added an Inline Close Button plugin to the repository that lets you close the toolbar in inline mode. Let the author know what you think of the add-on by leaving comments on the plugin’s page.
Around the Net
Ranel Padon made a presentation entitled ”CKEditor Widgets with Drupal" for the recently concluded DrupalCamp Cebu (November 15-16, 2014). Ranel explained how to configure and implement custom CKEditor widgets in Drupal.
The presentation includes numerous examples of custom widgets and the actual widgets used in CNN's Travel site. Ranel's DrupalCamp presentation was also partially supported and sponsored by HERE.
Tse-Ching Ho released an update for his gem that integrates CKEditor with the Rails asset pipeline. The gem now includes CKEditor 4.4.5.
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!