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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I just finished creation of Lucene based spellchecker for TinyMCE editor. It is based on the same code as the two previous ones “Jazzy-based” and “JMySpell-based” You can download code from the jspellchecker (http://jspellchecker.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/jspellchecker/trunk/) All configuration for TinyMCE still the…
Guide to create a web-application with did-you-mean feature and full-text Lucene search.
Example code to find suggestions based on Lucene SpellChecker contribution.
Based on JBoss-Seam ‘dvdstore’ example
I was inspired by the InfoQ articla Implementing Google’s “Did you mean” Feature In Java which shows the way to create the “Suggester” service based on Lucene. Here is two more links you should read if interested in that topic…
In my previous post I was asked about the “May be JMySpell is a better backend.” On that moment I don’t know the answer – JMySpell library was new to me. So, I download and implement spellchecker with JMySpell to…
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