New Year

What to expect from Froala in 2017

Stefan Neculai

Wed, January 18, 2017

Coffee, eclairs, ping-pong, Mortal Kombat, Catan, code, Javascript, frameworks. This is just a short list of keywords with what happened in 2016. We have big plans for 2017 and we made a short review for you.

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Accessible WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Accessible. Faster. More Customizable.

Stefan Neculai

Wed, November 30, 2016

The hard work we put in our Javascript HTML Editor in the last months has finally got a shape. We made WYSIWYG HTML editing available to anyone, no matter if you can or cannot use a mouse. And it's also faster and more customizable.

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WYSIWYG editor SDKs

Introducing Froala Editor SDKs

Stefan Neculai

Thu, September 22, 2016

Today we are introducing Froala WYSIWYG HTML Editor SDKs, because a complete rich text editor shouldn't only look and work perfectly, but it should also be super easy to plug into your application.

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New Froala logo

New logo. Fresh design.

Diana Neculai

Mon, September 19, 2016

We have a lot of changes and updates to talk about, and you probably noticed some of them already. If not, let's take a closer look together.

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Froala WYSIWYG html editor summer news

Froala Editor Summer News

Stefan Neculai

Mon, August 8, 2016

Summer is when great things happen and the Froala WYSIWYG HTML editor is no exception. Here's a sneak peek of what we're currently doing at the Froala Editor.

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Startup or Corporation

Working in a Startup or Corporation?

Diana Neculai

Mon, July 18, 2016

“Working in a startup over a corporation?” We all face this question at some point in our career. There’s no straight forward answer for it, but your decision may change your life forever.

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Choose a Name

Name Your Startup

Stefan Neculai

Mon, July 4, 2016

Having a hard time naming your startup? Here are some Froala insights, because we know how easy choosing a startup name sounds and how hard it actually is.

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Chrome Browser

Notice of Chrome browser problem

Stefan Neculai

Mon, June 20, 2016

Chrome browser version 51.0.2704 messes up with the Froala WYSIWYG Editor toolbarSticky option. Fortunately, it is possible to overcome this problem right away.

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Writing

"Why your blog hasn't been updated this year?"

Stefan Neculai

Thu, June 9, 2016

That's what someone asked us in an email. And it's a very good question. Here's a follow-up and a promise that we make to you today.

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Email Style

Styling Emails with WYSIWYG HTML Editors

Stefan Neculai

Wed, December 9, 2015

Email clients' styling capabilities are years behind web standards. Here are some tips to help you write a good looking email using a WYSIWYG HTML Editor.

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Mobile First

Mobile First

Diana Neculai

Tue, November 3, 2015

1.9 billion mobile web users and odds are that 20% of them will only see the mobile version of your website. Prepared or not, the mobile growth is not waiting for you. Find out how to increase mobile user experience and create a better product.

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Winners

Froala Editor V2 Contest Winners

Diana Neculai

Tue, October 6, 2015

It was a month full of activity and enthusiasm. The testing contest for the latest version of the Froala WYSIWYG Editor has ended and the winners list is ready.

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Froala Best WYSIWYG Editor Release

Froala Best WYSIWYG Editor Release

Diana Neculai

Wed, September 23, 2015

We are thrilled of how the new Froala Editor turned out. Don't forget that there is only one week left to enter and win the testing contest for the best WYSIWYG HTML text editor.

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Keep Calm and Continue Testing

Win a Free t-Shirt and a FDF License

Diana Neculai

Mon, August 31, 2015

Start playing around with our WYSIWYG HTML editor version 2 and you can win a free t-shirt or even a Froala Design Framework Basic License worth $99 USD.

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Froala Editor Version 2

Hello Froala Editor V2!

Stefan Neculai

Sun, August 30, 2015

I’m very excited to make this announcement and I can’t wait to get your feedback about the version 2 of our WYSIWYG HTML editor. The version 2 of our editor is now ready for you to play around with it after over 6 months of intense research and development.

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Sprint

The final sprint for V2.0

Stefan Neculai

Mon, August 10, 2015

Version 2.0 isn't just an enhanced version of the current one, but the best WYSIWYG editor that's out there. And we have some updates about its arrival.

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August 1

550 days of WYSIWYG

Stefan Neculai

Sun, July 12, 2015

In 550 days of developing our WYSIWYG html editor we’ve discovered the all pitfalls of creating such a product and how hard it is to make it cross browser, cross platform and specially responsive on small screens. With these in mind, we developed the new version 2.0 and we’re really excited of how it comes along. In the WYSIWYG world usually every new feature comes with a new challenge, but I want to share with you 5 of the biggest challenges that I believe every developer will face building a web rich text editor.

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Material Design

Material Design: Another Face of Flat Design

Diana Neculai

Tue, June 9, 2015

When we all got used to Flat Design BOOM! something new jumped in. Is this something really new? It’s called Material Design, let’s take a closer look into it.

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WYSIWYG HTML Editor News

WYSIWYG HTML Editor News

Stefan Neculai

Wed, May 13, 2015

We have a lot of news for you about our WYSIWYG HTML editor. Of course there are good news and... well let's say slightly less good news. Where should we start?

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Flat Design

Flat Design: Past and Future

Diana Neculai

Tue, January 27, 2015

Flat design has come a long way in the past few years. From possibility in 2012 to a world wide trend in 2014. Will it become the new standard in web design in 2015?

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Unique Design

Your Website, Your Design

Diana Neculai

Wed, October 1, 2014

Make a great first impression. Design is what makes users decide whether they'll stay or leave your website. It takes less than 50 milliseconds for this to happen.

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Froala Editor v1.1.0

Something New for Everyone

Diana Neculai

Wed, March 12, 2014

With Froala Editor 1.1.0 we really have no doubt that we have the best WYSIWYG editor. There are a lot of goodies and you'll find at least one for you too.

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WYSIWYG Editor Changelog

Froala WYSIWYG Editor Changelog

Diana Neculai

Tue, February 25, 2014

Froala Team is constantly working to get the WYSIWYG Editor better for you. Our goal is not only to make website editing easy, but also to take the editing experience to a whole new level. You can't miss this!

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WYSIWYG Editor

Froala WYSIWYG Editor

Diana Neculai

Thu, February 6, 2014

WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". In computing, a WYSIWYG editor is a chunk of code that allows users to format text inside their browsers just like they'd do with desktop software like Word or OpenOffice. The text displayed onscreen during editing appears in the same format as when displayed as a finished product.

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Winners

Congrats to the Winners

Diana Neculai

Mon, February 3, 2014

The contest has ended. What was it about? We were giving away 10 free websites to those that bring us more subscribers. So the top ten with most referrals are the winners of this contest.

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Free

Win a Free Website

Stefan Neculai

Mon, October 28, 2013

Believe it or not, we're giving away 10 free websites on the first day of our launch. Ten of our subscribers will win the chance of creating a website for free using Froala and being assisted by our team during its setup.

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