February 13, 2016

Saturday, February 13, 2016
8 best WYSIWYG Text editors/Web based HTML Editors
Now days we developers and clients demands to format text without inquire into code has long been on developers. That case Lightweight WYSIWYG Text and HTML Editors or web-based Rich Text editor we can use to solve this problem. There are a large number of these of editor can be found around web; here I presenting a short list of best WYSIWYG Text editors/Web based HTML Editors; read on:

8 best WYSIWYG Text editors/Web based HTML Editors

1. TinyMCE
TinyMCE is an open-source JavaScript HTML WYSIWYG editor. It’s easy to integrate, and is highly customisable with themes and plugins. TinyMCE is one of the more “complete” editors out there, offering an experience similar to MSWord.

2. CKeditor
CKeditor is the new FCKEditor. It’s a very powerful and sophisticated high performance WYSIWYG editor that offers editing features comparable to MSWord and Open Office.

3. NicEdit
NicEdit is an alternative to some of the larger, more complex WYSIWYG editors out there, with its small download size. It boasts many of the expected editor features and easily integrates into your site.

4. FreeTextBox
FreeTextBox  is an HTML editor specifically for ASP.NET. The look and feel of the editor is the most like Microsoft Word that you are likely to get. The free version does lack a couple further features.

OpenWYSIWYG is a cross browser rich text editor with almost every editing capability. It features a sleek user interface including dropdowns and buttons. High on its features is its capacity to handle tables well, with different borders and colors.

6. The YUI Rich Text Editor
The YUI Rich Text Editor is a UI control from Yahoo that turns text area into fully functioning WYSIWYG editors. It comes in several different versions of varying features and complexity, but still manages to achieve a great user experience without a plethora of buttons.

7. MooEditable
MooEditable WYSIWYG editors fill that void by providing a simple but effective user experience to the user, by building on top of a well written JavaScript library.

8. Spaw Editor
Spaw Editor is a web-based in-browser WYSIWYG editor control that enables web site developers to replace a standard text area HTML control with full featured, fully customizable, multilingual, webbased WYSIWYG editor.

So what you use, which one is your favorite I didn’t mentioned don’t forget to mention :)


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