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CKEditor Weekly for October 27, 2014

We're back with another CKEditor Weekly! The new CKEditor Examples was released last week, giving users a collection of resources designed to help them get familiar with all editor features! This was a huge undertaking that took months to realize, but it was well worth the effort. Read on for details on what it offers... 

CKEditor in review

  • After months of work, the CKEditor Examples has finally been released! It represents a huge collection of resources (samples with code, documentaton, API) designed to make the process of implementing, configuring and integrating CKEditor with your website or application easier. Best of all, it can be downloaded! Check out the official
    CKEditor SDK release blog for more details here... 
  • In addition to the new SDK, the CKEditor Documentation received the biggest single update ever! All this was done to make sure developers working with the editor are supported in the best possible way.
  • More is yet to come. The samples included in CKEditor will eventually be stripped down to a few basic examples in favor of the online and offline CKEditor Examples, and a Toolbar Configurator will be added. An additional 30 articles are also planned. 

Around the Net

  • Johnny Oldenburger posted a blog describing the first setup of a reusable Bootstrap Rich Text Field that includes CKEditor. 

  • The Perch CKEditor Plugin has been updated to the latest CKEditor version.

  • Albert Skibinski posted a blog on how to add code syntax highlighting to CKEditor in Drupal.

  • The text plugin for Django CMS has been updated to 2.4.1.

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!

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