On the CodeWall site they've posted a new tutorial showing you how to integrate the Summernote WYSIWYG editor into your Laravel application for easier content creation. Summernote is one of many potential WYSIWYG editors that will work easily with Laravel.
What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG), is mostly used by the developers for describing a software program which they use for checking visibility of the final product. A user friendly interface is required to run WYSIWYG program. While to write descriptive codes, a developer could use WYSIWYG editor which helps them to see the content that will appear as the end result.
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They made the choice to go with Summernote and walk you through the integration process including:
- a listing of some of the prerequisites
- configuring the database and making migrations for the content
- building out the routes, models, views, and controllers
They also show how to add the Summernote instance to a view and configure it to your liking.