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Thursday, February 23, 2012

An attempt for a (X)HTML editor

Google and many other sites provide editors on the web! They are great text editors, except for the fact that many of them lack the HTML editing capabilities! In my next attempt I'll be trying to create an editor using javascript and (X)HTML, that will be providing full scale editing capabilities, mainly HTML editing capabilities. I drafted out a plan, the design is nice but adding HTML capabilities will be new to me. Later if this succeeds, I'll be trying to incorporate this in an application so that we can use this. I believe that it will be off great use, specially in mail editing applications, given that webkit has developed a long way and can provide many capabilities without much hassle.

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