Is there a wysiwyg editor in RoR?

subject sums it up.

Sketchy wrote:

subject sums it up.

Google sums it up :slight_smile:
http://www.google.com.sg/search?hl=en&q=wysiwyg+editor+in+RoR

I think the main options are: TinyMCE and FckEditor I think

Cheers,
Mohit.
7/16/2007 | 12:26 PM.

bah I guess I had the wrong keywords when I checked google… thanks

On 16 Jul 2007, at 18:10, Philip H. wrote:

I think the main options are: TinyMCE and FckEditor I think

Of the two we’ve found FckEditor to work better… there’s a Rails
plugin
for it as well to make it easier to integrate. And it supports AJAX
forms, which if my memory is right TinyMCE didn’t (at the time
anyway).

It can be done with TinyMCE, but it’s a pain.

http://daveastels.com/2006/10/29/using-tinymce-with-rails-ajax/

That said, none of the wysiwyg editors produce (unless you restrict
users in what they can do) horrible HTML code, one worse than the other.

You could look into http://www.wymeditor.org/en/ but I haven’t tried
it myself (as it doesn’t work on the current safari release, it’s not
an option for us at the moment).

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

The others have summed up some of the most popular html/javascript
WYSIWYG
editors.

However, if you were instead asking whether there is a way to use
WYSIWYG
editors with Ruby on Rails (to create the layout and views) then take a
look
at the MasterView project which lets you use any standard WYSIWYG HTML
editor like (Dreamweaver or NVU) with Rails.

http://masterview.org/

Blessings,

Jeff


Jeff B., MasterView core team
Inspired Horizons Ruby on Rails Training and Consultancy
http://inspiredhorizons.com/

Sketchy wrote:

subject sums it up.

Google sums it up :slight_smile:
http://www.google.com.sg/search?hl=en&q=wysiwyg+editor+in+RoR

I think the main options are: TinyMCE and FckEditor I think

Of the two we’ve found FckEditor to work better… there’s a Rails
plugin
for it as well to make it easier to integrate. And it supports AJAX
forms, which if my memory is right TinyMCE didn’t (at the time anyway).

I’ve tested out WymEditor and I have to say that I like it. For the
older version, there is a rails plugin:
http://dev.wymeditor.org/wiki/index.php/Docs/WymOnRails

Also, the latest version has a branch which has safari support here:
http://files.wymeditor.org/wymeditor/branches/new_parser/

Finally, they have some details about safari development here:
http://dev.wymeditor.org/wiki/index.php/Safari with notes about the
safari implementation here:
http://dev.wymeditor.org/wiki/index.php/Safari/ExecCommand

nkryptic