The ASP.NET product received an MVC version of the HTML5-based, WYSIWYG rich text document editor and reporting template designer. This version allows ASP.NET developers to integrate a fully featured, MS Word compatible word processing interface into their cross-browser web applications without any plug-ins or client-side footprint. The required client-side MVC references and files are available through an easy-to-use NuGet package.

You can download the NuGet package here:

To get started right away, have a look at the getting started tutorial:

Creating an ASP.NET MVC application with Razor

The following list is an article collection of typical tasks realized with the MVC version of TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET:

MVC: Loading and saving documents through controller HttpPost methods

ASP.NET MVC: How to use the HtmlHelper settings with lambda expressions

MVC: Autosave and restore documents to and from the local browser storage

Setting the interface and control's culture of Web.TextControl

MVC: Arrange a docked Web.TextControl with a custom bar at the top

MVC: Replace the ribbon table menu with a quick insert table drop-down

MVC: Replace the file menu with a backstage view menu

MVC: Loading files from the backstage menu