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.
What happens when you minimize
your rich text editor tech debt?
Delivers faster launches and more new features, more frequently.
Leverages deep domain knowledge of specialist engineering talent.
Taps emerging trends without needing in-house subject matter expertise.
Minimizes need to manage bugs, browser changes and rapid evolutions.
Trusted by Developers
✨ 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
We tried many other #tools and we finally decided to go with @tinymce, simply because you're the best.
I'm beginning to love @tinymce more and more. Been exploring its features since morning...
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?
It’s one of the highest-risk areas for both cost and development time overruns.
Feature and system complexities are notoriously underestimated.
Building a maintainable rich text editor is beyond what most developers initially consider.
Iterative bugs and rapid evolutions and adaptations demand constant attention.