October 9, 2015 This post is more than 2 years old.Article: A Review of ContentTools – a Rich Content EditordevelopmentJust a quick note that I've published an article on the Telerik Developer Network: A Review of ContentTools – a Rich Content Editor. Enjoy. Go there to at least see the Wonder Woman picture.Support this Content!If you like this content, please consider supporting me. You can become a Patron, visit my Amazon wishlist, or buy me a coffee! Any support helps!Want to get a copy of every new post? Use the form below to sign up for my newsletter. SubscribeWebmentionsArchived CommentsComment 1 by Phillip Senn posted on 10/9/2015 at 7:16 PMIt's interesting. I often thought it would be nice to have a browser that allowed users to edit pages. For instance, a page written years ago with outdated information could be edited to hide the old writing and show the new. Of course, there would have to be a seamless version control system allowing the user to scrollbar through a timeline of the changes. I suppose it's called Wikipedia. But you know - a browser that made every page a wikipedia style page, with a horizontal scroll bar that showed you the changes.It has usage rights implications of course. "Wait a minute!" an author might say. "How come I said X and everybody that browses to my page using the new-fangled browser sees Y?"Comment 2 by Tom King posted on 10/9/2015 at 8:43 PMLooks nice. I've ended up integrating gridmanager.js (shameless plug, I wrote it) into all my CMSes these days. It's more of a layout manager + ckeditor though. http://neokoenig.github.io/...Plus, it has kittehs.Comment 3 (In reply to #2) by Raymond Camden posted on 10/9/2015 at 8:47 PMI don't mean this as a criticism, but that UI looks as complex as an airplane cockpit. :)Comment 4 (In reply to #3) by Tom King posted on 10/9/2015 at 9:05 PMlol, fair enough :) it is rather useful though!