How did we make the Tone Analyzer come together for our TinyMCE and Textbox.io editors? This is part 5 in my series on the Ephox Cognitive Assistant, where I go over the magic behind Watson’s psycholinguistic analysis process, and how we built the architecture to make it all happen.
This is part 2 in my series on the future of editing with the Ephox Cognitive Assistant. In this post, I will take you through the general architecture the Cognitive Assistant, and driving force behind its most powerful features.
One of the complexities of writing a web-based text editor is accounting for differences between browser selection APIs. This has been the topic of recent discussions in WordPress #core-editor, in the context of backward compatibility for project gutenberg. Looking at the comparison of what is supported by various browsers, it is clear that support for browsers…
After a long period of development with a lot of twists and turns, Angular 2 was finally released as a non-beta version in September 2016. Our Engineering team member Mattias Wikstrom takes you through this simple guide to help you get started using TinyMCE with Angular 2.
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.
It can be painful to build websites with high standard content creation requirements, for WordPress developers. It’s just as frustrating for IT professionals to address issues that get in the way creating flawless content on WordPress sites. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing TinyMCE PowerPaste for WordPress, the ultimate way to supercharge any WordPress website with advanced content creation and editing.
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.
Full text search and text replace are killer new features of WebRadar 5. In previous posts, we’ve discussed what these features are and what they can do to solve everyday problems. I thought we might take a dive under the hood to see what makes this functionality tick. I’ll discuss the “search” and “replace” features separately, as they present separate technical challenges.
Humans have only been grappling with the art and science of computer programming for roughly half a century. Compared to most arts and sciences, computer science is in many ways still just a toddler, walking into walls, tripping over its own feet, and occasionally throwing food across the table. As a consequence of its relative…
Social network APIs have come a long way since Google released the first version of its YouTube API in May 2008 and Facebook released the first version of the Graph API in April 2010. Today, these APIs give you the opportunity to query social network platforms for posts, users, channels, and demographic data. They even…