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Matt Cockayne's Blog:
Zend + TinyMCE
June 16, 2009 @ 11:16:06

Matt Cockayne has submitted a new tutorial he's created about the integration of the TinyMCE input tool into a Zend Framework application.

Now the guys at Zend Framework have done a bang up job of of getting things started and the Dojo and jQuery libraries that are part of it are spectacular.. except that they dont offer an advanced text editor. Which I think is a bit of a shame. So I decided that In order to make my job a whole lot easier I would create a plugin that I could reuse as and when I needed it.

He's created a view helper and a View Helper Container that make it simple to create a form helper that can be dropped in anywhere (not just for a specific controller/action) and, based on settings in a config file, display a TinyMCE instance right in your form.

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