Besides implementing major features for all TX Text Control versions and products, we are working on a concept to provide support for non ASP.NET web applications such as Angular, React or any other framework and language.
Then create a container DIV somewhere in your HTML that will host the widget. The editor itself will automatically fill the complete container.
Finally, in a SCRIPT section, create a new widget by passing the container id in the constructor:
The object textControl1 is now the instance of the widget and can be used to access it's API to manipulate the document. It is possible to create more than one instance of the editor by creating new object instances with different containers.
Below is a screenshot of a simple HTML page with two instances of the editor widget side by side:
Enter our Beta Program
We published the widget host project on GitHub for your own integration tests. Feel free to clone this project and make pull requests for required changes or issues you may find.
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We proudly host our sample code on github.com/TextControl.
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Requirements for This Sample
- Visual Studio 2017 or better
- TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET (trial sufficient)