A new release of our Java dedicated integration for FCKeditor is available.
This version contains a few minor fixes including:
* Removed deprecated code and skim methods.
* Added separate input name attribute in JSP tag.
This is supposed to be the last release for the 2.x series. Thanks to Michael Osipov for his continuous support to the FCKeditor.Java project.
Check out the FCKeditor.Java website for more information:
A new major release of our good and widely known FCKeditor is available. We've been focused on fixing small compatibility issues with some browsers (IE8 mainly) and porting a nice feature introduced with CKEditor 3, our unique Spell Check As You Type (SCAYT) solution.
This release also introduces some important security fixes. Upgrading is highly recommended.
Read more at our blog:
This is a bugfix and security release. This means that this is a drop-in release. Drop and deploy. No changes.
The so waited release of our native Java integration is here. This is another important step to bring a richer and more stable experience for Java developers.
The following are the most important new features:
* Connector interface, arbitrary connectors are now possible.
* More user action control.
* Default implementations chosen by default.
* Localizable messages backed by a LocaleResolver interface.
* Internal improvements.
This is an important security release. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
The stabilization of FCKeditor 2.6.4 Beta has been completed successfully. We are proud to come with a brand new version of our editor, ready for production use.
As of this version, we're offering the WebSpellChecker integration, a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You will now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installations and configurations.... read more
This new version introduces the WebSpellChecker integration, a zero-installation solution for spell checking provided by SpellChecker.net. You will now have a wonderful spell checker running out of the box, requiring no server side installations and configurations.
Several bug fixes and new features have been added, especially to our table support, including the ability of defining header rows and columns to tables. Special thanks to Alfonso Martinez and Koen Willems for their support on this.
This is a minor release, fixing some small issues found with version 2.4. For more details, please visit our dedicated web site for the Java Integration (http://java.fckeditor.net/).
The stabilization of FCKeditor 2.6.3 Beta has been completed successfully with a few minor issues being fixed. We are happy to bring another nice release to public, with some important new features.
This new release brings some nice new features to FCKeditor like the DIV Container Tool, "non breaking space" support and automatic e-mail protection. As usual, it also includes some minor fixes.
We'll be waiting a few days to catch some feedback for this beta. The stable release is planned to 5 August 2008.
Now, we're fully focused on the CKEditor 3.0 development, our next generation editor. It will be the great new thing in online text editing.... read more
The stabilization of version 2.4 of our Java integration package has been completed successfully. One important issue has been solved, making upgrading strongly recommended.... read more
This new version removes a small annoyance with the enter key, introduced with the brand new Firefox 3. Other minor bugs have been also fixed.
To match the Opera 9.5 release, here we have a new version of FCKeditor. Other than providing better compatibility with this new browser, it fixes several important bugs and brings some few nice features to our editor.... read more
The stabilization period of version 2.6 RC has been completed successfully with no critical issues. We are now promoting that same release to the final 2.6.
The 2.6 development has been concluded. After the beta, this version comes to stabilize the new dialog system, as well as fix several issues.
We'll be waiting for a while to catch some feedback about this release, and hopefully the final 2.6 will become public soon, having the same code base as this Release Candidate.
This release brings to public some amazing new features. Let's welcome the new dialog system, using floating elements with shadows and cool design. It is a high performance system bringing a nicer user experience, avoiding also the annoying warnings from popup blockers.
FCKeditor now supports "document.domain". It means that a web site at www.example.com can use FCKeditor from assets.example.com. This is a must have feature for the professional environment.... read more
The so waited update for FCKeditor.Net is finally here. It brings lots of new features to the ASP.NET integration, mainly in the File Browser connector. It is also aligned to the new compatibility features introduced with FCKeditor 2.5.
Important security fixes are also included so upgrading is strongly recommended. It requires FCKeditor 2.5.1.
This is a minor update release, targeted to the release of FCKeditor.Net 2.5. It impacts mainly ASP.NET developers. Changes to the code are minimal, to make it safe upgrading from FCKeditor 2.5.
This is the most important release since FCKeditor 2.0. It introduces Safari and Opera compatibility, but also new features that leverage the quality of FCKeditor to an upper level. You will find no similar solution on other products.
The most exciting feature is the new Style System. Now you have full control over every single formatting and semantic command available in the editor interface. Why having a limited interface to achieve a XHTML 1.1 experience? Enjoy a full featured editor, while well controlling how things work on it. No more <font> tags? Well, the system is so flexible that it is up to you to decide (but don't worry... no <font> tags by default .... read more
After an incredible development period, full of challenges and enriched by brilliant ideas, here we are with the Beta for the most important release of FCKeditor since version 2.0. It brings not only Safari and Opera support, but also introduces incredibly powerful features.... read more
While the so waited version 2.5 is under development, this new release fixes several bugs, bringing more stability to the 2.4 series.
A huge "Thanks!" to all developers, users, customers and partners who have brought wonderful contributions to another important release.
Stay in touch! The best is still to come!
This release fixes the encoding of the distributed files of version 2.4.1, which impacted in some PHP installations. It presents the same features of version 2.4.1, with no additions.
Upgrade from version 2.4.1 is necessary only on cases where strange characters appear on the top of pages containing the editor (which is actually a PHP bug).
This is mainly a "stabilization" release of version 2.4. The Enter Key Handler has now a consistent behavior and many small bugs have also been fixed. Upgrade from version 2.4 is highly recommended.
We thank our great collaborators community, which helped us again to release another great version of FCKeditor.
This new version of FCKeditor introduces, as usual, many new and unique features to the editor, providing better output quality and nicer user experience.
The new Enter Key Handler, guarantees that the editor will behave in the way you want when users hit the enter key. You can configure it to produce <p>, <div> or <br> tags, and all browsers will behave in the same way.
In the other hand, the Keyboard Accelerator System makes it easy to configure the editor to use keyboard shortcuts in unlimited ways, putting the power of a dynamic editing experience at your fingers.... read more
This version is another important step to consolidate the well known quality of FCKeditor. Bugs have been fixed and a few interesting new features are being introduced.
It is quite stable and we hope this will be our last 2.3.x series version. We will now continue our hard work for the development of the so wanted version 2.4. Stay in touch!