Backend Server

In order to deploy an application that uses TX Text Control for Angular, a WebSocketServer must be hosted and the synchronization TCP Service needs to be installed on a Windows Server machine. The client-side component opens a WebSocket connection to the WebSocketHandler running within the WebSocketServer.

We just released a new trial backend service that allows developers to evaluate TX Text Control for Angular without installing any trial version and without hosting their own required backend server.

Getting Started

The easiest way to evaluate TX Text Control without hosting your own backend server is by creating a trial access token valid for 30 days. The following easy steps are required to evaluate TX Text Control for Angular:

  1. Create a trial access token.
    In order to create an access token, you have to be logged in to our website or to create a new Text Control Account that can be done directly on the access token website:

    Create Access Token

  2. If you are not signed in, the website requires you to sign in:

    Access Token

    In case, you don't have an account, click on Sign up now to create an account.

    Access Token

  3. After you signed up or signed in to the website, your access token will be displayed automatically:

    Access Token

Once an access token has been created for you, it is valid for 30 days and you can find it always on the Access Token page when signed in with your account.

Using the Access Token

This trial access token allows you to set the backend service to our hosted backend server. When adding the Angular component, add the following code to your app.component.html:


Replace yourtoken with your actual access token you created above.

If you did not evaluate the power of TX Text Control document editing in Angular, now is a good time. No download required - simply use the npm package and start creating something great. Happy coding!