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Integrating EditLive with CoexEdit
Wed 21 Sep 2005, 10:35 AMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Supports Mac OS X, Windows, Linux and Solaris. Supports XML, WebDAV, internationalization, 508 compliance. Version 5.0 was released in August 2005. ActiveX and Java editions also available. (edited per comment)
Copyright © 2005 Genii Software Ltd.
What has been said:
370.1. Adrian Sutton (09/21/2005 04:16 PM)
I'm the lead engineer for EditLive! for Java and just wanted to point out a couple of things that might be useful to you. Support for local images should be pretty simple with EditLive! for Java, we can automatically post images using a multipart form upload to any URL you specify when the content is submitted so that's usually pretty simple to integrate.
Also, regarding the Web Editors list, EditLive! for Java actually support Linux as well as Windows, Mac OS and Solaris.
Finally, I thought I'd point out my favorite feature from the 5.0 release - the advanced APIs. This lets you plug your own Java code into our editor and implement some really advanced functionality. You can add your own panels to the insert image and hyperlink dialogs, get access to the actual JTextPane we render the content in (add key listeners, modify content and generally mess around). You can also plug into all the events that drive the editor (all our menu items, toolbar buttons etc, just fire an event that the editor the handles). You can also register your own custom tags with custom defined rendering. There's a lot of power in those APIs to develop really tight integrations with CMS's, repositories etc.
I hope that doesn't sound like a big marketing speel, I'm just excited to see what developers can come up with using those APIs, so if you want to make the integration tighter and easier for users don't hesitate to drop us a line with any questions, we'd be happy to help.
370.2. Ben Langhinrichs (09/21/2005 05:16 PM)
Adrian - Thanks for the information. I'll fix up the entry in our Web Editors list.
Since I wrote this, but before I read your note, I started working with the local images. It seems very configurable if I look at the XML configuration file, but while other changes there are reflected, I am having trouble getting it to do what I want with local images (which is basically upload them to a Notes database using a form and upload control). It is a bit technical, having to do with not being able to POST without creating the Notes document first for security reasons, so I will take your advice and check in with your support and see where it takes me. So far, the product looks very good, and the APIs offer all sorts of capability.
Thanks for stopping by and contributing.