CKEditor 5 is a highly flexible framework that lets you build your custom editor of any type (like classic, inline, distraction-free, document-like), with any set of features and toolbar type that you need in no time.
This custom editor build contains almost all non-collaborative CKEditor 5 features. You can use it to create your own content or to paste some existing content from Microsoft Word, Google Docs, text documents or any online resources.
This editor was configured specifically to allow testing as many features as possible in one demo, with a multiline toolbar that gives you easy access to all available features. It is based on classic editor, providing you with a boxed editing area with a toolbar, placed in a specific position on the page. Thanks to the autoformatting feature you can also use Markdown-like inline shortcodes as you type to create and format your content without using the toolbar buttons.
Check out the demo of a collaborative editor, too, to try out features such as comments, track changes and real-time collaboration.
Nintendo, a Japanese electronics company, started as a hanafuda cards manufacturer in 1889. In the mid-1970s, they entered the early video games market. They have produced arcade machines, video games, and – since 1985 – home video game consoles.
Although Nintendo's portfolio holds such great achievements as Nintendo Entertainment System (known internally in Japan as Famicom), later replaced by the upgraded Super Nintendo Entertainment System or the Wii console with remote movement controllers, the Japanese gaming giant will always be most cherished for its handheld gaming devices.
Game & Watch was Nintendo's first product offering out-of-home gaming. These small handhelds featured a preprinted LCD screen with black-and-white action displayed, following the board printed on-screen. From 1980 to 1991, over a hundred games were released, gaining great popularity. These were also widely copied by the Soviet company Электроника and wildly popular in the eastern bloc, where Nintendo products were virtually unavailable at that time.
1989 brought one of the most important events in the history of the gaming industry ever. This year, the original Game Boy (jap. ゲーム ボーイ) handheld console was released. Unlike its predecessor, this new amazing machine not only did allow the gamers to play a single game, but it utilized a cartridge system (these were called carts on GB) letting them play a multitude of games of all kinds, from arcades, through puzzles to role-playing games. The first console was soon followed by more developed versions: Game Boy Color, which allowed users to play games in color (the original console had a monochromatic screen), and Game Boy Advance capable of delivering a much higher level of entertainment. This small, pocket-sized console had kids and adults gaming everywhere and it was the advent of the mobile and handheld revolution. Even if not first, it was the most important and popular of its kind.
Double the fun
In 2004, Nintendo introduced a new, highly advanced handheld console family, called Nintendo DS. It sported a dual LCD screen in a folded shell, with the lower one being a touchscreen. This new solution allowed for a completely different gaming experience, both controller-wise and considering the gaming interface design. Several versions were developed, including Nintendo 2DS and the famous Nintendo 3DS, which offered a stereoscopic 3D display without the need to use specialized glasses (like the ones used for anaglyph displays). It was Nintendo's second-best-selling handheld console after Game Boy to date.
Bridging the gaming experience
2017 brought a new, hybrid experience for both couch-preferring gamers and handheld enthusiasts with the release of the Nintendo Switch. It offers both a TV mode with high-definition graphics and handheld mode with a built-in 6.2” display, bringing in the best from both gaming worlds. With the ability to start your adventure at home, hop on the bus and keep on playing, Switch created a new quality for video game enthusiasts worldwide. It continues to deliver a plethora of gaming genres, often continuing famous hits from previous generations of handheld and TV consoles.
Handheld consoles' popularity
While the most recent Switch is a prevalent choice nowadays, the 2DS and 3DS consoles are still popular. The king, however, is none other than the original wonder – the Game Boy.
|Console||Production dates||Pieces sold (2021)|
|Game & Watch||1980-1991, 2020-2021||44 million|
|Game Boy||1989-2010||201 million 1|
|Nintendo DS||2011-2020||76 million 2|
|Switch||since 2017||93 million|
1 119 million Game Boy and Game Boy Color variants, 82 million Game Boy Advance variants
2 including all versions: DS, DSi, 2DS, 3DS, and New 2DS/3DS variants
Handheld gaming experience
Games offered by Nintendo include multiple genres, with platformer arcade Super Mario and the adventure Legend of Zelda series probably the most iconic.
Games that can be played on the handheld family include (examples of games included):
- Action & adventure games
- The Legend of Zelda series
- Chrono Trigger
- First-person action games
- Doom (ported)
- Role-playing games (RPG)
- The Pokemon Series
- The Final Fantasy series
- Party games
- Mario Cart
- Music & fitness games
- The Just Dance series
- Sports & racing games
- Matt Hoffman's Pro BMX
- The Kunio-kun series
- some of these also fall into the action category, being, in fact, street fighting adventures
- Asphalt 9
- Simulation games
- The Animal Crossing series
- Education games
- Piglet's Big Game
By default, CKEditor 5 filters out any content that is unsupported by its plugins and configuration. Check out the General HTML Support (“GHS”) feature that allows you to enable HTML features that are not explicitly supported by any other dedicated CKEditor 5 plugins.