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TinyMCE : Upgrade to version 4.0

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agriffard wrote Jun 17, 2013 at 3:47 PM

And may be think about integrating CKEditor by default as other additional Html Editor?

CSADNT wrote Jun 17, 2013 at 9:16 PM

Tinymce and ckeditor doesn't support new features as empty spans with only classes, and ck rely on a paying extension. A better explanation on what has to be done to integrate an editor with orchard and more flexible api could allow testing more editors.

Jetski5822 wrote Jun 18, 2013 at 8:04 AM

I will be upgrading this for 1.7.1 I think.

phigits wrote Feb 12 at 1:35 PM

Is there a date when this upgrade will be available. It would be nice to have the newest version which has is supposed to play nice with the newer versions of IE.

CSADNT wrote Mar 24 at 8:13 PM

Sebastien has already upgraded to 3.51 https://orchard.codeplex.com/workitem/20536

JasperD wrote Apr 1 at 12:35 AM

I'm currently working on this.

CSADNT wrote Apr 16 at 8:11 PM

I just received this from Telerik concerning the GPL I have been using to implement a piece of editor not breaking html as are doing the others.
This GPL was an object of discussion, but this move is interesting, the html editor of Telerik works better than TinyMCE

Hello ,
We are pleased to announce that Telerik is launching an open source version of Kendo UI–Telerik Kendo UI® Core—to enable more people to develop with our HTML5 widgets on their own terms.
Licensed under Apache v2 license, Kendo UI Core includes 40+ widgets and a variety of framework components for web and mobile development. Use it for open source or commercial projects not requiring dedicated technical support or line-of-business style functionality, such as grids, editors, charts, schedulers, etc.
What does this mean for the license holders of Kendo UI Web GPLv3?
Previous Kendo UI products — Web GPLv3, Web, DataViz, Mobile and Complete—have been streamlined into two licenses: open source Kendo UI Core and the commercial Kendo UI Professional.
To continue developing with Kendo UI you can:
  1. Download Kendo UI Core and get access to new widgets previously not available open source
  2. Upgrade to Kendo UI Professional and get access to all HTML5 widgets, plus dedicated technical support by the same developers who build the product
    Or you can stay with the GPL v3 license, but know that there won’t be new product updates.
    Whatever you choose, thank you for your interest in Telerik Kendo UI.
    Best Regards,
    The Telerik Team

JasperD wrote Apr 17 at 4:27 AM

The editor is only available in paid subscriptions, not in Kendo UI Core. https://github.com/telerik/kendo-ui-core#features-of-kendo-ui-core

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 8:13 AM

In what I downloaded with GPL there was kendo.web.js which seems to have been removed from the github link you provided.

The header of this file is
/*
* Kendo UI Web v2013.1.319 (http://kendoui.com)
* Copyright 2013 Telerik AD. All rights reserved.
*
* Kendo UI Web commercial licenses may be obtained at
* https://www.kendoui.com/purchase/license-agreement/kendo-ui-web-commercial.aspx
* If you do not own a commercial license, this file shall be governed by the
* GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3.
* For GPL requirements, please review: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
*/
So it seem to be another trick from Tele...trick .
The GPL version is running fine under Orchard, no suppression of <spans with a class and no content, my only Pb is no imagelibrary button....

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 8:23 AM

with this link you get the GPL with editor
http://www.telerik.com/download/kendo-ui-web-open-source

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 8:26 AM

and the header is still GPL
/*

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 8:34 AM

I forget to say that kendo.editor.js is included

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 8:46 AM

One comment from the Telerik Support
Hello Nick,

The only Kendo UI product which is offered with GPLv3 licensing is Kendo UI Web, available here. This license is permissive if you develop GPL-compatible projects, and Kendo UI Web can be used as a client library in ASP.NET MVC solutions.

If you would like, however, to utilize Kendo UI Complete for ASP.NET MVC (which includes MVC server wrappers for Kendo UI Web and DataViz), you can evaluate the product for 30 days and then decide whether to buy a commercial license. More information about this product and its licensing model can be gathered from this public FAQ.

Best regards,
Sebastian
the Telerik team

JasperD wrote Apr 17 at 3:21 PM

A quote from the Telerik Mail you posted here:
[...] Or you can stay with the GPL v3 license, but know that there won’t be new product updates.
If you want to get updates, you have to switch to Kendo UI Core (Apache license, seperate product, no editor) or a paid plan.

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 4:17 PM

Yes but see the header of what the GPL link provides...

JasperD wrote Apr 17 at 4:34 PM

I see that, but it's from Kendo UI Web, which is a differenct product and not Kendo UI Core. Kendo UI Web GPL-edition is legacy code. You can still download it, but you would need to maintain it by yourself.

BTW: Kendo UI Core is here: http://www.telerik.com/download/kendo-ui-core

CSADNT wrote Apr 17 at 5:54 PM

It seem to be different products, it is not totally clear to me ?
What I know is that the editor in kendo UI Web is working ok with html code, better than TinyMCE ....and that's what I was looking for.
Concerning maintenance let's see if they maintain it .... as they have done in the past.

Jetski5822 wrote Jun 22 at 6:12 PM

Fixed in changeset a507074b9a9ddd9135657bac8bf86db58151695c

glen wrote Jul 17 at 9:38 PM

This work item is marked as "Resolved" in version 1.8.1.

However version 1.8.1 has TinyMCE 3.5.10 from October 2013.

Could this be un-resolved, or a new work item created to implement TinyMCE 4.0?

Jetski5822 wrote Jul 18 at 7:55 AM

@Glen - Sorry about that, when the issue got resolved the release was wrongly tagged. I have fixed that now. Thanks for pointing out.