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Froala is now part of Idera

In 4 years we went from a basic editor to powering thousands of web and mobile applications all over the world. Some of the world’s best brands trust us, and
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How to get up to 3500+ GitHub stars in one week

I’m not going to share another new year’s resolution with you, but rather help you accomplish yours. If making your project successful is on your resolution, then you should definitely
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The Summer Startup Tan-Effect

Summer is not only about the sun, cocktails and beaches. It’s also the best part of the year to make some important progress in your startup. Just don’t stress out
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What to expect from Froala in 2017

Thank you everyone for being there with us in 2016. It was an amazing year for the Froala team and products, and I’m sure that 2017 is going to be
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New logo. Fresh design.

We have a lot of changes and updates to talk about, and you probably noticed some of them already. If not, it means you haven’t visited our website recently (shame
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Working in a Startup or Corporation?

“Should I choose working in a startup over a corporation?” We all face this tough question at some point in our career. There’s no straight forward answer for it, but
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“Why your blog hasn’t been updated this year?”

That’s what someone asked us in an email. And it’s a very good question. We used to write here more often and lots of you were eagerly waiting for updates
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Name Your Startup

It might seem a bit odd that we’re writing about this, but we believe that sharing some of our experience might help others. As a startup, we had to deal
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