I’ve worked a couple of years building the editor for a publishing platform in Sweden.
We worked with Substance.
There is a couple of modern editor working with it’s own data model and not the DOM.
I’ve created a list those at https://nexttexteditor.com/
Earlier this week an important chapter in the history of technology quietly came to an end. On its launch Tim O’Reilly described Metaweb’s Freebase as “a system for building the synapses for the global brain”, and nearly a decade later this remarkable part of the…
Almost every Choo release so far has managed to include more features, and reduce the size on disk. In the upcoming v6 release we’re now sitting at 3.8Kb.
People often ask how it’s possible to pack a “batteries included” browser framework into…
In December 2016 Substance turned six. It has been a long journey so far, and we are still on the way.
When I started Substance in 2010 it was a side-project of mine, aiming to provide a better web-editing experience and an ability to collaborate on structured documents online.
Node.js and containers are commonly used together because they allow both the development and operations teams to to deliver functions, features, new services and apps to users quickly. Think: Agile software development.
Substance is a library for creating web-based WYSIWYG editors with all the features you would expect.
As opposed to other existing editors, such as TinyMCE, Aloha etc. Substance is not just a widget you include into your web app. It is a…