FCKEditor and Rails Walk-through

(Josh Charles) #1

I've put together a document explaining how to integrate the open
source FCKEditor into a Rails application. This is the first time
I've done such a document, so if I need to make some changes, please
let me know. I'm also new to rails, so I might have used some less
that perfect techniques.

The Link:
http://www.joshuamcharles.com/rails/fckeditor.html

Let me know if it helps, or if changes need to be made!

Thanks,
Josh

(tokmak tokmak) #2

Thanks for the article, i enjoyed it very much. Also FCKEditor is very cool!

TODO: Should I put up example code for processing the submitted text/html?

please do!

Let me know if it helps, or if changes need to be made!

You are explaining how to integrate FCKEditor on Windows. I know
allmost all of the stuff explained is cross-platform, but there is a
dos prompt screenshot in there. The second sentence would read like
this: "I will show you have to integrate this application with your
Ruby on Rails application on Windows." either this or you can replace
dos-box with a web directory-index (you know, the stuff where there is
no index.php, index.html or the-like)...

anyway, the article is very usefull as it is now.
cheers.

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On 8/30/05, Josh Charles <josh.charles@gmail.com> wrote:

I've put together a document explaining how to integrate the open
source FCKEditor into a Rails application. This is the first time
I've done such a document, so if I need to make some changes, please
let me know. I'm also new to rails, so I might have used some less
that perfect techniques.

The Link:
http://www.joshuamcharles.com/rails/fckeditor.html

Let me know if it helps, or if changes need to be made!

Thanks,
Josh

(Josh Charles) #3

> TODO: Should I put up example code for processing the submitted text/html?
please do!

Ok, I'll work on that this weekend.

You are explaining how to integrate FCKEditor on Windows. I know
allmost all of the stuff explained is cross-platform, but there is a
dos prompt screenshot in there.

You're right. I thought it would be generic enough for anyone to use,
but I will work on getting this fixed.

anyway, the article is very usefull as it is now.
cheers.

Thanks! And thanks for the feedback!