TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET comes with a true WYSIWYG HTML5-based editor for ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms. But it can be embedded into other application types as well.
IFrame elements are designed to allow you to embed other web documents into your document. This is widely used to embed third party content into your website such as social media widgets. Using an IFrame, the ASP.NET-based editor can be easily embedded into any non-.NET based web applications such as .NET Core or AngularJS based web sites.
The following diagram shows this structure:
The sample demo consists of a hosting .NET Core web application and an ASP.NET MVC application that hosts the TX Text Control editor. The simple .NET Core website hosts an IFrame element that points to the ASP.NET MVC application:
In this demo, an HTML string should be loaded into the TX Text Control editor. As it is only possible to send a message to the receiving IFrame, a protocol is required to structure the request. We use the following structure:
|txtextcontrol||Make sure that this message is for TX Text Control|
|method||The name of the method|
|parameter||The parameter to be used for the method|
You can test this on your own by cloning the sample GitHub project.
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Requirements for This Sample
- Visual Studio 2017 or better
- TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET (trial sufficient)