Froala WYSIWYG HTML Editor is the best rich text editor out there. It is built using the latest technologies and taking the great advantages of jQuery and HTML5 to create an outstanding editing experience.
It is one of the few rich text editors around with a modern design and Retina Ready which makes it a really eye-catching editor. By carefully analyzing the latest web design trends and Froala Labs crafted a nice flat user interface that will fit in any web page and the users will just love it.
To program is to think the flow of information between humans and machines. Using our Architecture as a Service paradigm, the developer designs the data structure, imagines the user experience, codes the business oriented logic and links these elements together in seconds. All technical aspects such as reading, writing, transport and display of data, security and instrumentation are automatically handled by Aspectize Technical Engine.Aspectize DevOps platform takes care of runtime configuration, deployment, versioning and internationalization.
Easy to Integrate
High Quality Code
Optimized for Mobile
Clean HTML Output
From idea to product: More Features, Less Code, Less bugs
From idea to product: An MVP (Minimum Viable Product) in a few days
From idea to product: Releasing software, fast and frequently and getting feedback every day.
From idea to product: Without technical specifications
From idea to product: Following the best Time to Value path.
From idea to product: Develop sophisticated software, simply.
Starting from: $100.00/month
Credit card required: N/A
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Developing HTML5 Web and Mobile Apps
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Web, Azure, Windows, Cordova
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Apps developed by this approach automatically expose an API
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