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It all started back in 2014, when the CKSource team gathered together in our usual meetups. Something really special was up for discussion: a brainstorm about the future of CKEditor. That meeting seeded the ideas and foundation for the amazing products we made available since then, including CKEditor 5 and Collaboration.

HTML in Node.js

HTML in Node.js

Sometimes we can be using a technology for years and not realize that it hides some small, yet super useful, feature deep inside. This is also true for Node.js and its require(). Did you know that it allows you to import HTML files into your JavaScript application?

An all around experience for working with data and content - CKEditor 4 Spreadsheets 1.2.0 released

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 4 Spreadsheets 1.2.0, which brings several improvements to make your work with data and content even easier than before. The Spreadsheet plugin now supports pasting data to and from Excel and Google Sheets. It also enables creating dynamic, auto-updating cell references in your WYSIWYG editor’s content. Last but not least, even deeper integration with CKEditor 4 allows you to apply more formatting and styling features to spreadsheet data. Read on for more information!

Knowledge management and capturing the ideas of your talent

Knowledge management systems and capturing the ideas of your talent with KM

Learn how choosing the right knowledge management system for your company is essential to turning your talent’s tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge. The sooner you identify the tool or system that’s just right, the sooner what they know can benefit you. Your response to the challenges of the modern marketplace depends on it.

Implementing single-file Web Components

Implementing single-file Web Components

Probably everyone who knows the Vue.js framework also heard about its single-file components. This super simple idea allows web developers to define the entire code of a component in one file. It is such a useful solution that an initiative to include this mechanism in browsers has already appeared. However, it seems quite dead as, unfortunately, no progress has been made since August 2017. Nevertheless, looking into this topic and trying to make single-file components work in the browsers using the technologies already available was an interesting experiment to undertake.

Signal abortion

Aborting a signal: How to cancel an asynchronous task in JavaScript

Performing asynchronous tasks can be hard, especially when a particular programming language does not allow for canceling mistakenly started or no longer needed actions. Fortunately, JavaScript offers a very handy piece of functionality for aborting an asynchronous activity. In this article, you can learn how to use it to create your own abortable function.

CKEditor 5 now with table styling support and special characters plugins.

CKEditor 5 v17.0.0 with table styles, special characters and performance improvements.

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 5 v17.0.0 that introduces two major and frequently requested features: table styling support and the special characters plugin. In addition to that, we worked on data processing and editor initialization performance as well as on bug fixes. Last but not least, an online builder for CKEditor 5 is now available for all your custom WYSIWYG editor builds. There are also some breaking changes, so read on for more details!

People working in SaaS industry using collaborative editing features for the good

5 ways SaaS companies can benefit from collaborative editing with CKEditor 5

SaaStr Annual is there to help SaaS businesses scale up and we are going to be there to show how a good WYSIWYG editor can contribute to that. We want to show that CKEditor 5 Collaboration Features can provide a modern writing experience for every application. Whether you would like to spice up the software you create or your internal team dynamic, here are five reasons why SaaS companies should choose a collaborative rich text editor like CKEditor 5.

CKEditor 5 Online builder

The easiest way to customize a WYSIWYG editor - CKEditor 5 online builder

There are many WYSIWYG editors on the market and they come in different flavors. At CKEditor, we believe that your needs should shape the editor that you choose, not the other way around. Instead of creating a one-size-fits-all product, we design our editors in a way that makes it easy to mix and match the features and UI you want. With the release of CKEditor 5 online builder, we have just made the editor customization process easy and intuitive!

Integrate Vue.js with CKEditor 4

CKEditor 4 - Integrate WYSIWYG editor with Vue.js

We are happy to announce the release of the native integration of CKEditor 4, a full-featured WYSIWYG editor, with Vue.js, one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks. The CKEditor 4 Vue integration is already available on npm. It allows you to implement CKEditor 4 as a Vue.js component, using the <ckeditor /> tag.

CKEditor 5 going to FETC.

7 reasons why your LMS needs a better and collaborative WYSIWYG editor

We are taking CKEditor 5 Collaboration Features to the Future of Education Technology Conference in Miami on January 14-17, 2020. But before we meet there, we would like to talk about what makes a WYSIWYG rich text editor so important for learning management systems and education applications. If you are an education software creator, school’s in-house technology person, or a concerned educator who is not happy with the current writing experience in your education software, read on!

CKEditor 4 Spreadsheets release

Creating data grids in WYSIWYG editor - CKEditor 4 Spreadsheets released

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 4 Spreadsheets that offer Excel-like functionality right inside the WYSIWYG editor. The new Spreadsheet plugin allows you to create intelligent, data-driven documents directly in CKEditor 4. This makes it a perfect solution for financial, auditing, engineering, technical and science industries.

CKEditor 5 release

CKEditor 5 v15.0.0 with horizontal line, page break, responsive toolbar and SVG upload support

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 5 v15.0.0. This editor version introduces support for inserting horizontal lines, page breaks and SVG images into the WYSIWYG editor. It also allows you to define the document title section thanks to the new title plugin. The editor toolbar is now responsive, which improves the UX, especially for mobile devices. But there is more - so read on!

Cute wild boar waiting to be fed with your clipboard.

Middleware-based clipboard handling - meet clipboar 🐗

In the newest version of CKEditor 4 we introduced a new mechanism of handling pasting into the WYSIWYG editor that is provided by the Paste Tools plugin. It is based on a battle-tested idea of middlewares and simplifies the process of adding new paste handlers. We have decided to play around a little bit more with this concept and created a simple library for handling pasting and dropping content into a web page. Read on for more!

CKEditor 5 collaboration journey and update on what were we up to

Collaboration journey of CKEditor 5 - What were we up to

It has been a while since we updated you about how we are doing on the collaboration front. Today, we are happy to announce that all three of CKEditor 5 collaboration features - comments, track changes, and real-time collaborative editing are now in perfect harmony. You can edit, use key features like tables, paste from Word and Google Docs, comment or suggest changes on the document with collaborators. All in real-time.

CKFinder 2.6.3 and 3.5.1 Release

CKFinder 3.5.1 and CKFinder 2.6.3 released

We would like to announce that CKFinder 3.5.1 and CKFinder 2.6.3 have just been released. CKFinder 2.6.3 includes a security patch for the server-side part of the application, so updating is highly recommended. We have also published new guidelines for securing your server when using a public folder for uploaded files. Read on for more details!

CKEditor 5 mobile friendly comments mode feature release

CKEditor 5 v12.2.0 with mobile-friendly comments mode

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 5 v12.2.0. This time we focused on bug fixes and improvements to existing rich-text editor features. We also worked on the contextual balloon functionality in order to provide inline annotations for comments and suggestions as well as a mechanism to easily navigate between the balloons. Read more!

CKEditor 4, WYSIWYG editor, integration with Angular

CKEditor 4 - Integrate WYSIWYG editor with Angular

We are happy to announce the release of the native integration of CKEditor 4, a full-featured WYSIWYG editor, with Angular, one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks. The CKEditor 4 Angular integration is already available on npm. It allows you to implement CKEditor 4 as an Angular component, using the <ckeditor> tag.

CKEditor 4, WYSIWYG editor, integration with React

CKEditor 4 - Integrate WYSIWYG editor with React

We are happy to announce the release of the native integration of CKEditor 4, a full-featured WYSIWYG editor, with React, one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks. The CKEditor 4 React integration is already available on npm. It allows you to implement CKEditor 4 as a React component, using the <CKEditor /> JSX tag.

How to test Web Accessibility

Web accessibility testing - DIY!

Every website should pass through an accessibility audit to check if it is really inclusive for every user willing to use your product. However, very often you do not have the time or funds to go for a complete, professional audit. Sometimes it is enough to check the basics and increase the accessibility on your own. This checklist will help you perform a basic web accessibility audit to ensure that some common accessibility issues present on your site will be wiped out with a reasonable effort.

CKEditor 5 with mentions and remove formatting features release

CKEditor 5 v12.1.0 with mentions, font color and remove formatting released

We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 5 v12.1.0. A month ago, we have seen some really positive feedback regarding the previous release of CKEditor 5 in which we introduced such features as inline widgets, distraction-free editor and support for multi-root editors. This version is no different and it brings four new long-awaited features (mention, font and background color, and remove formatting) as well as many improvements to the editor and our documentation.

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