Froala Editor Version 2

Hello Froala Editor V2!

Stefan Neculai

Mon, August 31, 2015

Editor

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

Editor

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

Editor

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

Design

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

Editor

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

Design

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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