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Technical debt
dragging down
your email editor?

Learn ways to minimize your
WYSIWYG editor tech debt

Technical debt affects enterprises in multiple ways - from opportunity cost to developer velocity and morale.

This white paper discusses how sourcing specialist third-party components, like a rich text editor, can free your enterprise from carrying the burden of needless technical debt.

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What happens when you minimize
your rich text editor tech debt?

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Delivers faster launches and more new features, more frequently.

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Developer velocity

Leverages deep domain knowledge of specialist engineering talent.

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Taps emerging trends without needing in-house subject matter expertise.

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Minimizes need to manage bugs, browser changes and rapid evolutions.

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Peter Levels's avatar
Peter Levels@levelsio

✨ I found out ~50% of my support tickets on remoteok.com were about Markdown issues:

- non-tech people don't understand it
- format is inconsistent
- buggy if complex like * a list with **bold text**

So I now switched to TinyMCE which is HTML: tiny.cloud

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Ryan Edge techhub.social/@chimon@chimon1984

We went from a completely custom DraftJS (now Lexical) implementation to TinyMCE and did not lose any sleep over it.

alexp0x's avatar

I did a deep dive on this not long ago, TinyMCE is really the only one worth building with.

SeaCat's avatar

Thanks! I tried many other tools - all open-source and came to the conclusion that many people may disagree with.

I decided to go with TinyMCE not because it's open-source but because they have a commercial license what may mean they will fix bugs and add great features faster.

Got 115 person-years
to build an email

Buy-and-assemble your WYSIWYG to
overcome the ‘Buy or Build’ debate

The earliest question that arises in almost every development project, no matter the size, is: “Do we buy, or do we build?”

This white paper explores that age-old question, through the lens of rich text editors, and debates – as every engineering team does – the alternative approaches that increase software development output and lower total cost of ownership.

What happens when you try
to build your own rich text editor?

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It’s one of the highest-risk areas for both cost and development time overruns.

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Feature and system complexities are notoriously underestimated.

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Building a maintainable rich text editor is beyond what most developers initially consider.

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Iterative bugs and rapid evolutions and adaptations demand constant attention.

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