TX Text Control 30.0 and TX Spell .NET 9.0 Have Been Released

We are happy to announce the immediate availability of TX Text Control 30.0 for all platforms including ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF and ActiveX and TX Spell .NET 9.0 for all .NET based platforms.

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Sneak Peek 30.0: MS Word Compatible Comments

Sneak Peek 30.0: MS Word Compatible Comments

Version 30.0 is in the works and one of the major features will be the support of MS Word compatible comments. This article gives an overview of this collaboration feature.

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Detect Toggle Button Changes

Detect Toggle Button Changes

This article shows how to detect changes of toggle buttons in the ribbon of the web editor using a MutationObserver. The state of a toggle button in the ribbon visualizes the state of a certain property. For example a toggled list button shows, that the current input position belongs to a list.

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Deploying the Document Viewer to Azure App Services

Deploying the Document Viewer to Azure App Services

Unlike the document editor, the document viewer doesn't require a TCP synchronization service to render the document. But it also requires a backend that runs on a Windows Server instance. This article shows how to deploy the backend and how to connect the viewer to this backend.

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Two Ways to Restart Numbered Lists

Two Ways to Restart Numbered Lists

In TX Text Control, numbered lists are continued by default and need to be reset when required. There is more than one way if you want to restart numbered lists in a document. In this article, two different approaches will be outlined.

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Load Balancing: Using Different TCP Service Locations using a Custom WebSocketHandler

The Text Control online document editor requires a backend TCP service to synchronize the document rendering. This article explains how to route the synchronization traffic to different servers dynamically using a custom WebSocketHandler.

ASP.NET Core: Deploying the TX Text Control Document Editor to Linux

In order to deploy the TX Text Control document editor to Linux as part of an ASP.NET Core (.NET 5) Web Application, the synchronization service must be deployed separately to a Windows VM. This way, the web application itself can be deployed to Azure App Services or other container based deployment services.

Invoice Deployment Strategies: Building an Invoice Portal

Deploying invoices is a critical process in a company to get paid on time and also to provide clients a perfect user experience. Decreasing the barrier to access, share and dispute invoices is a key aspect.