Ephox EditLive for Quickr is in Beta

For the past few months we at PSC have been working with Ephox on a Quickr for Domino version of their EditLive editor. It was a fascinating project that allowed our development team to take a really deep dive into the world of Quickr for Domino. Talk about JavaScript galore…

This week the final result of our implementation effort went into Beta. The EditLive editor replaces the standard out-of-the-box Quickr rich-text editor powered by Dojo and offers editing features that are not otherwise available in Quickr.

For more information on how and where EditLive works inside of Quickr see this post on John Head’s blog.

If you are a Quickr for Domino user. If you would like to give your users text-editing features beyond what Quick provides out-of-the-box. If you’re interested in being a part of the beta program, contact Ephox directly.

If you decide to join the beta program, I would love to hear your feedback on EditLive and how it works inside of Quickr.


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