We’ve recently created a new html wysiwyg editor for bespoke and legacy CMS systems and would like to find out if the Drupal community would be interested in it for their installations.
Basically, it offers all (and lots lots more) or the tools you would find in TinyMCE / CKEditor with the added benefit of having its own page builder systems inside, allowing developers to load their own templates so that their clients can build, manage and manipulate content - just like these modern, flashy web builders do. It’s also got a full resource manage for uploading of images, crop/resize and upload tools and online image editing tools.
The reasoning behind why we built it can be seen in a blog post here: https://www.rgeeditor.ninja/the+growing+void+between+inline+editors+and+...
You can visit the site, play with demos, watch feature videos etc - https://www.rgeeditor.ninja/home
I’ve actually installaed Drupal on a server and "hacked" the system code to make rgeEditor work within it as a proof of concept... is there any Drupal plugin experts here that could do it properly?
Basically.. disable tinyMCE, detect when you’re on the edit page, include a js file, run a js function to initiate editor on the textarea - done... plus installing the folder structure automatically and insert a php includes file in drupal admin for security routines to run. I’ve written a full plugin for WordPress with the in-built configurator, and a lesser version for Joomla where some manual settings need to be made to some of the installed files.
I dont know if you Drupal peeps are interested in this?
I’m happy to give a multi-domain licence to anyone who can write a plugin for us - and or discounts to any Drupal users from this forum who would like rgeEditor in their installations - benefiting them as an online development tool as well as (with access groups for custom toolsets) their end user clients for managing their content - plus, you can whitelabel the software to 'make it your own' if you want to impress your clients :-)
Anyway, have a play... feedback is always benefitial too.