TinyMCE for Swing integration
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Users can easily configure the TinyMCE editor in Swing through the TinyMCE for Swing integration.
To start using TinyMCE for Swing as your new rich text editor, the first step is to obtain a copy of the Integration.
Contact Tiny Support to discuss how to get started with our latest release.
To include our TinyMCE in Swing integration in your Java project just follow the steps below:
From the release
zip file, select all the Java libraries under the
lib folder and import them into your project. This libraries contain everything needed to run our integration.
The Swing integration allows the user to select the origin of the TinyMCE code: cloud, embedded, or external.
Cloud deployments pull the latest release of TinyMCE from the channel of your choice. Use this option by passing your API key and selecting a release channel.
final Config myTinyConfiguration = Config.cloud("<my_api_key>", "5-stable");
Embedded deployments use the version of TinyMCE prepackaged with the current release of the integration.
final Config myTinyConfiguration = Config.embedded();
External deployments allow to use a local version of TinyMCE by giving the address of the location where TinyMCE is being served.
final Config myTinyConfiguration = Config.external("http://<my_server>/<path>/tinymce.min.js");
final HashMap<String, String> tinyProperties = new HashMap<>(); tinyProperties.put("menubar", "false"); tinyProperties.put("plugins", "advlist autolink lists link image anchor searchreplace visualblocks code insertdatetime media table powerpaste code help"); tinyProperties.put("toolbar", "undo redo | formatselect | bold italic backcolor | alignleft aligncenter alignright alignjustify | bullist numlist outdent indent | removeformat | help"); final Config myConfig = Config.embedded().addProperties(tinyProperties);
Create the editor by passing a configuration object. The editor initialization is asynchronous so starting a new editor will return a future value that can be accessed as a normal future value.
final Config myConfig = Config.embedded(); final TinyMCE editor = TinyMCE.futureEditor(myConfig).get(); editor.setBody("Hello World!"); final JPanel holder = new JPanel(new BorderLayout()); holder.add(editor.component(), BorderLayout.CENTER);
Once the editor has been extracted from the future value you can use its component (JComponent) to position it in your view.
For more examples check the GitHub repository.
GitHub repository - Refer to this link for examples on how to use TinyMCE for Swing.
An additional set of documentation is shipped with the integration in a
zipfile containing a library of
Javadocsand API reference guides which help in understanding and applying the concepts. The
zipfile includes the following documents:
readme.txt- This file has general information about TinyMCE for Swing integration.
license.txt- This file has all the license details about TinyMCE for Swing as a commercial software.
release-notes.txt- This file has information about the integrations and enhancements that have been implemented in TinyMCE for Swing integration.
jarfiles - The
jarfiles that implement the integration can be found under lib/
javadoccan be found at
Note: Tiny references to third-party integrations/code to help users build great products with the TinyMCE editor. For support related issues such as queries about this integration, please contact Tiny Support or join the TinyMCE Community.
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