TinyMCE 5.0.1

The best WYSIWYG editor! TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control released as Open Source under LGPL by Ephox Corp. TinyMCE has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML elements to editor instances. TinyMCE is very easy to integrate into other Content Management Systems.

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Install-Package TinyMCE -Version 5.0.1
dotnet add package TinyMCE --version 5.0.1
<PackageReference Include="TinyMCE" Version="5.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add TinyMCE --version 5.0.1
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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.1.0 159 10/17/2019
5.0.16 1,544 9/24/2019
5.0.15 1,522 9/2/2019
5.0.14 971 8/19/2019
5.0.13 774 8/6/2019
5.0.12 1,364 7/18/2019
5.0.11 1,258 7/4/2019
5.0.10 334 7/3/2019
5.0.9 478 6/26/2019
5.0.8 580 6/18/2019
5.0.7 881 6/5/2019
5.0.6 1,626 5/22/2019
5.0.5 1,315 5/9/2019
5.0.4 1,704 4/23/2019
5.0.3 6,195 3/19/2019
5.0.2 3,251 3/5/2019
5.0.1 1,801 2/21/2019
5.0.0 2,288 2/4/2019
4.9.6 180 9/2/2019
4.9.5 186 7/3/2019
4.9.4 720 3/20/2019
4.9.3 2,646 1/31/2019
4.9.2 5,783 12/17/2018
4.9.1 1,590 12/4/2018
4.9.0 1,159 11/27/2018
4.8.5 5,852 10/31/2018
4.8.4 2,157 10/23/2018
4.8.3 20,442 9/13/2018
4.8.2 11,774 8/9/2018
4.8.1 2,367 7/26/2018
4.8.0 2,117 7/11/2018
4.7.13 23,311 5/16/2018
4.7.12 7,661 5/3/2018
4.7.11 9,932 4/11/2018
4.7.10 1,561 4/3/2018
4.7.9 12,194 2/27/2018
4.7.8 572 2/26/2018
4.7.7 1,362 2/19/2018
4.7.6 6,210 1/29/2018
4.7.5 2,649 1/22/2018
4.7.4 28,698 12/5/2017
4.7.3 1,873 11/30/2017
4.7.0 18,863 10/3/2017
4.6.7 9,187 9/18/2017
4.6.6 3,305 8/30/2017
4.6.5 13,900 8/2/2017
4.6.4 14,927 6/13/2017
4.6.3 3,283 5/30/2017
4.6.2 1,485 5/23/2017
4.6.1 7,605 5/10/2017
4.6.0 1,919 5/4/2017
4.5.8 1,710 10/9/2017
4.5.7 9,102 4/25/2017
4.5.6 11,786 3/30/2017
4.5.5 9,651 3/7/2017
4.5.4 8,658 2/23/2017
4.5.3 7,764 2/1/2017
4.5.2 8,730 1/4/2017
4.5.1 12,315 12/7/2016
4.5.0 13,006 11/23/2016
4.4.3 37,880 9/1/2016
4.4.2 2,129 8/25/2016
4.4.1 22,445 7/26/2016
4.4.0 6,658 6/30/2016
4.3.13 16,877 6/8/2016
4.3.12 16,783 5/10/2016
4.3.11 12,547 4/25/2016
4.3.10 2,574 4/12/2016
4.3.9 496 4/12/2016
4.3.8 7,737 3/15/2016
4.3.7 10,173 3/2/2016
4.3.6 1,232 3/1/2016
4.3.4 4,483 2/11/2016
4.3.3 13,893 1/13/2016
4.3.2 14,880 12/14/2015
4.3.1 14,037 11/30/2015
4.3.0 1,402 11/23/2015
4.2.8 4,676 11/13/2015
4.2.7 4,729 10/27/2015
4.2.6 14,603 9/28/2015
4.2.5 11,529 8/31/2015
4.2.4 3,152 8/17/2015
4.2.3 5,257 7/30/2015
4.2.2 1,657 7/22/2015
4.2.1 21,815 6/29/2015
4.2.0 1,328 6/25/2015
4.1.10 17,952 5/5/2015
4.1.9 9,042 3/10/2015
4.1.8 4,679 3/5/2015
4.1.7 23,045 11/27/2014
4.1.6 26,756 10/8/2014
4.1.5 6,762 9/9/2014
4.1.4 2,220 8/21/2014
4.1.3 2,663 7/29/2014
4.1.2 1,704 7/15/2014
4.1.1 1,741 7/8/2014
4.1.0 2,544 6/18/2014
4.0.28 3,036 5/27/2014
4.0.27 612 5/27/2014
4.0.26 11,718 5/6/2014
4.0.25 849 4/30/2014
4.0.24 636 4/30/2014
4.0.23 2,736 4/24/2014
4.0.22 1,775 4/16/2014
4.0.21 5,084 4/1/2014
4.0.20 4,292 3/18/2014
4.0.19 10,121 3/11/2014
4.0.18 1,795 2/27/2014
4.0.17 725 2/26/2014
4.0.16 4,598 1/31/2014
4.0.15 644 1/30/2014
4.0.14 566 1/30/2014
4.0.13 597 1/30/2014
4.0.11 6,377 11/20/2013
4.0.10 10,292 10/28/2013
4.0.9 826 10/24/2013
4.0.8 1,885 10/15/2013
4.0.6 4,677 9/12/2013
4.0.5 1,754 8/27/2013
4.0.4 1,045 8/21/2013
4.0.2 2,893 7/18/2013
4.0.1 1,428 6/26/2013
4.0.0 72,587 6/13/2013
3.5.8 20,268 1/8/2013
3.5.7 13,929 9/20/2012
3.5.6 4,299 7/26/2012
3.5.5 946 7/19/2012
3.5.4.1 1,585 6/24/2012
3.5.4 792 6/21/2012
3.5.3 3,075 6/19/2012
3.5.2 1,924 5/31/2012
3.5.1.1 1,027 5/24/2012
3.5.1 679 5/24/2012
3.5.0.1 4,524 5/10/2012
3.5.0 1,477 5/3/2012
3.4.7 86,392 1/18/2012
3.4.5 8,573 9/6/2011
3.4.4 917 8/4/2011
3.4.3.2 760 8/3/2011
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