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TinyMCE 4 Spellchecker integration

TinyMCE is on it’s way to release new major update to 4.0. You may want to see a demo for a quick highlights of updates. Well, I just realized that I’m writing this post in TinyMCE 3.5.8. 4.0 it is

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Google introduced new format for JSON results

Google announced new JSON-C format for Youtube API, in that announcement they mentioned that direct transformation of ATOM to JSON is not very effective and actually make no much sense. It’s actually not just announcement – they already created docs

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TinyMCE spellchecker java implementation

This article describes how to create your own spellchecker with java and use it with TinyMCE richtext-editor.
You will have an ability to include your own dictionaries and reuse that application between different web-applications.
The result will be servlet to which TinyMCE will send spell-checking requests via HTTP

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GData Api and JSON feed generation from java

I found that google GData API allow you to access and manage almost all google-services (like Calendar, Picassa, Blogger). It give you numerous ways to do that – via java, PHP, javascript or pure HTTP/XML feeds. very powerful. great work!

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