CKEditor Weekly for October 13, 2014
We're back with another CKEditor Weekly! Things are finally settling back to normal after DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014. A few important decisions are being contemplated by the CKEditor core development team and the new SDK site is close to completion. Read on for details...
CKEditor in review
- The new SDK site is getting close to completion. Together with its release (which is planned for this week) we will also unveil the expanded documentation site with plenty of new articles that describe various CKEditor aspects and features. The working editor samples available in the SDK will not only help you understand CKEditor functionality, but also come with downloadable source code which can be run locally in seconds. Stay tuned for the official release later this week!
- In case you missed it, members of the CKEditor core development team attended DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014. Here's a recap of what happened at the conference.
- A patch for the CKEditor for Drupal 7 module in the works.
- The team is contemplating enabling CKEditor on all Android devices to increase the amount of bug reports on the dev site. The editor is currently disabled on most Android devices due to compatibility issues.
Around the Net
Prem Tiwari posted a guide on how to integrate CKEditor in Yii Framework. Yii is a free, Open Source Web application development framework written in PHP5.
The text plugin for Django CMS has been updated to version 2.4.0.
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!