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Froala Editor Summer News

Summer is when great things happen and the Froala WYSIWYG Editor is no exception. And I love when I can bring you great news at the end of a long summer day. Here’s a sneak peek at what we’re currently doing at the WYSIWYG Editor and what we’re preparing for the next months.

WYSIWYG HTML Editor Themes

An improved customizer along with 7 new themes are under development right now. Currently, the built-in themes are more about changing colours and doing few other minor changes. We got great feedback for the possibility of expanding the editor’s functionality and we believe same thing should be possible for it’s UI. At the end of the day, you want it to have the same look and feel of the app you’re integrating with.

Server Side SDKs

Over the next months, we’ll roll out several SDKs to ease the integration of the editor on the server side. There will be one for each of the most popular server side programming languages: PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Python, .NET and Java. We won’t post them all at once, but one by one. By the end of this month, the PHP and Node.js SDKs will be ready and you’ll discover the rest of them during September.

Angular 2 Directive

As Angular 2 Javascript framework is becoming more and more popular as it gets closer to the official release, we created a directive so you can use our WYSIWYG editor with it right away. We released it at the end of the last month and we’re eagerly waiting for feedback from you. Please make sure you fork it on Github and take it for a spin.

React component

React updates now. I know you’re all waiting a component for this Javascript Library. Just a little more. It is under work and we expect to publish it by the end of August.

Hope you’re enjoying these news and make the most out of what is left of this summer. If you have any thoughts to share with us write them below or drop us a line on the website.

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