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NOTE: TinyMCE 5 reached End of Support in April 2023. No more bug fixes, security updates, or new features will be introduced to TinyMCE 5. We recommend you upgrade to TinyMCE 6 or consider TinyMCE 5 Long Term Support (LTS) if you need more time.

Introduction to using TinyMCE with the Laravel framework

Overview of integrating TinyMCE into the Laravel framework.

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Laravel is a scaleable web application framework built on PHP. The following guides provide procedures for creating a new Laravel project and adding TinyMCE to the project.

These guides assist with adding TinyMCE to pages or views in Laravel. The example Laravel projects created in these procedures are based on the Laravel project documented in the Laravel Docs, under Installation Via Composer. These guides will create two blades: one for the JavaScript and another for the editor placeholder, to reflect how TinyMCE should be used in production environments.

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