Release Notes: The "Extreme Fast Loading!" experience is now complete. The editor has been deeply tested, and is ready to be integrated into professional applications.
Release Notes: The editor loads now more than three times faster than before. Many parts of the core were updated. Many new features were added, including nested context menus, "maximize", and a few interface enhancements. Important bugs were fixed, some of them regarding security issues. Upgrading is highly recommended.
Release Notes: This version is a small step back, removing a feature that brought bugs to the editor. The concentration is on stability. It also brings a new interesting feature: "Insert Page Break" (for printing).
Release Notes: Development is now concentrated on bugfixes and stability, so this update is highly recommended. There are also some interesting new features like “Protected Source”, which makes it possible to use server side code in the editor, and the new keyboard handling for Firefox.
Release Notes: This is the final release of version 2.0. The editor is even more stable. Lots of key bugs have been fixed. New features include native Flash support.
Release Notes: This release brings important bugs fixing and a few new and interesting features. There are many performance improvements.
Release Notes: There are many new features and enhancements: Perl integration, source formatting, spell checker, full page editing, anchors, form fields, and much more. This version also brings a lot of bugfixes, so the update is highly recommended.
Release Notes: Version RC1 had a small bug that caused the editor to stop working in some situations. This version fixes a lot of bugs and adds some new features, new table operations, and new languages: Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Slovenian. This upgrade is highly recommended.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed and many features added, including advanced styles (CSS integration) support with preview, plug-ins support, HTML entities support, ASP and PHP integration modules, and much more.