CKEditor
Stable Version 5.0.0
Published on 28 Nov (3 weeks ago) by 
CKEditor Team
CKEditor Team
Created on 18 February 2009
Details
CKEditor is an open source WYSIWYG rich text (HTML) editor that can be embedded in web pages. It brings to the web common editing features found on desktop editing applications like Microsoft Word and OpenOffice.
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CKEditor is an open source WYSIWYG rich text (HTML) editor that can be embedded in web pages. It brings to the web common editing features found on desktop editing applications like Microsoft Word and OpenOffice. Feature List - Multibrowser compatibility - Valid XHTML generated mark-up - CSS integration support - Lightweight and fast - Very easy installation - Extensive features set, including flash support - Well-documented API and Community Forum System Requirements and Limitations Agile Platform 5.1+
What’s new (5.0.0)
  • Upgraded modules to OutSystems 11
  • The upload screen now requires the user to be logged in


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UI & Widgets, Components
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CKEditor has no dependencies.
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Platform
11.0.0.200
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