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Froala Markdown Plugin

How to Use the Froala Markdown Plugin: Item-by-Item

Markdown is a lightweight markup language used for formatting and structuring plain text. It provides a way to create rich text content, such as headings, bold text, italics, code blocks,
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Froala Release 4.1.3

Froala 4.1.3 Release – XSS vulnerability resolved, and more

We are pleased to announce the release of Froala version 4.1.3. This release is a must-have for all users as it addresses critical security vulnerabilities, ensures stability, improves performance, and
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How to customize Froala Image Edit Buttons in a React App

The Froala Editor lets users create and edit content with rich text formatting. One of its powerful features is the ability to work with images. This article explains how to use
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froala tips and tricks

Froala Editor User Experience Tips – part 2

Froala WYSIWYG editor has a powerful API with over 240 API options, 100+ events, and 220+ methods. In the “Froala’s tips and tricks – part 1” article, We started to
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RTL rich text React editor

Creating React Rich Text Editor for Right-to-Left Languages

Web apps must be ready for diverse audiences in a globalized world, including those who read and write in RTL languages such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian. Languages that are
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Froala React sdk components

Gaining Comprehensive Control over Rich Text Editing with Froala React SDK Components

Froala 4.1 brings support for the LTS version of React V18. With Froala 4.1 React SDK, integrating Froala into your React app is straightforward. The React SDK provides several components
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Froala AI

AI Meets WYSIWYG Editors: The Future of Content Creation

WYSIWYG Editors Retrospective WYSIWYG Editors, an acronym for “What You See Is What You Get”, has become a cornerstone in the realm of digital content creation. But the journey to
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migrating from TinyMCE to Froala in React

Ultimate Guide to Migrating from TinyMCE to Froala in React

In the latest release of Froala, version 4.1, we made a significant update by supporting the LTS React version among several other popular JavaScript frameworks. With this major update, we
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