It is now 2013, and the IKS project, started back in 2009 to improve content management systems through semantic technologies, has ended. Alongside Apache Stanbol and VIE.js, the Create.js inline editing toolkit was one of the major outcomes of this European Union funded effort.
Back in last July – when choosing photos to use in the epic The Dreams of the MeeGo Diaspora post – I noticed that it is quite fascinating to look at the various tablets and mobile phones we’ve been using over the years. Back then they all were so new, shiny, and exciting, and yet hardware moves so fast that...
Create.js and VIE were recently added to the core of Drupal 8. Just like with TYPO3 Neos, I’ll write a longer post on how things went later.
NoFlo is an implementation of the Flow-Based Programming model for Node.js. Today I’ve released version 0.2.0 which provides a handy new feature: the ability to share components via NPM.
In a curious turn of events, the Plone team is considering to remove their inline editing feature around the same time when similar features are being added to popular CMSs like TYPO3 and Drupal.
The relation between Create.js and the TYPO3 team goes back a long way. They were present in the IKS event in February 2011 in Vienna where I presented Create for the first time.
Hallo is a simple web-based rich text editor. I’ve written about it before. Even though Create does support multiple editors, Hallo is the one we ship by default as it combines a relatively small size and a permissive license.
With Lukas Smith we gave the Monday keynote in this year’s International PHP Conference, titled The Internet is your application blueprint. The video is now online:
Tablet usage is growing rapidly. Ars Technica wrote about an interesting study today: