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CKEditor Weekly for September 15, 2014

After a two-week hiatus we're back with another CKEditor Weekly! There's plenty of news on CKEditor 4.4.5CKEditor 4.5, past and upcoming conferences, new guides and there's loads to mention about community activity. Read on for details...

CKEditor in review

  • Frederico Knabben and Piotrek Koszuliński attended the W3C Extensible Web Summit in Berlin. They had a chance to get the attention of W3C and browser vendors on how important contentEditable is and how little attention it receives. In all, loads of fun! We'll have a blog detailing what happened at the summit in the next few days. 
  • The release of CKEditor 4.4.5 has been postponed for two weeks. The team needs more time to include additional fixes and resolve some complicated issues. Additionally, some team members were at the Extensible Web Summit mentioned above, and there's still the upcoming DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 to prepare for, so the extra time is necessary.
  • CKEditor 4.5 will also not be released on schedule for the above reasons. It was scheduled to be out next week. There's no new ETA yet because it's dependent on other projects that the team is currently working on.
  • We now have a new entry-level guide on CKEditor's Advanced Content Filter (ACF).
  • We also have a new guide on how to enable CKEditor in all unsupported environments like mobiles. You can check it out here... 

Around the Net

  • Django CKEditor 4.4.5 released. The application adds CKEditor to Django admin or in forms.

  • Satsume released a module that implements a CKEditor form element to Zend Framework 2, an open source framework for developing web applications and services using PHP 5.3+.

  • Alejandro Piña Lindero created a CKEditor plugin capable of converting voice to text in CKEditor with the aid of a microphone! You can download the plugin here... For a demonstration of how the plugin works, check this page... Feel free to test the plugin and leave comments in the add-ons repository.

  • Divio AG released an update to its CKEditor text plugin for Django.

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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