With TinyMCE Cloud, developers can deploy TinyMCE and premium plugins with zero hassle. In this post, Product Manager Jack Mason talks about the design considerations and challenges that went into developing TinyMCE Cloud, and how developers can benefit from this new type of deployment.
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Most of us are familiar with the robustness of IBM WCM’s Authoring UI when it comes to search capabilities, and chasing down content items that contain keywords or phrases. While useful, WCM’s search is limited in its application. This blog post will explore how WebRadar aims to provide users with rich flexibility and in-depth insight where text occurs across your WCM instance, and how it can easily be updated.
Ephox is best known for our industry leading rich-text editor solutions EditLive!, TinyMCE, and Textbox.io. IBM Web Content Manager get extra love and attention from Ephox with a new release our advanced reporting solution. Introducing WebRadar 5.
Okay, you read how the new WebRadar 5 Preview delivered [IBM Web Content Manager’s missing feature](link). You’re impressed, we get it. But you’re thinking, “come on, show us some real-world examples of this in use.” So let’s get started with common use cases for content creators, managers, and developers/engineers.
In this brief walk-through, we’ll show you how simple it is to deploy TinyMCE’s new Cloud offering. The process is mostly the same as an integration using our SDK, with a few minor changes, including the inclusion of your API key in the script that loads the editor.
WebRadar is now end of life, effective March 31, 2018. Ephox has been working closely with IBM to provide additional capabilities to IBM Web Content Manager users in this latest release of WebRadar. WebRadar version 4.0 introduces virtual portal support. Virtual portals are a capability of IBM WebSphere Portal that enables multiple logical portals to…