RadEditor just got a new mobile rendering in the Q2 2015 release. The Telerik Editor for ASP.NET AJAX is the first and only fully functional HTML WYSIWYG editor that is so mobile friendly. Its new UI is inspired by leading native apps like MS Word Mobile and Google Docs Mobile and offers touch-optimized buttons, dropdowns, dialogs and overall UX.
Usually, a mobile version of a tool is trimmed down to the bare minimum that can run on such a small screen and weak hardware. This is not the case with the Editor control. We brought the entire desktop toolset to your mobile device.
That’s not all! While this layout targets phone devices, you can use it anywhere (tablets, phablets or hybrid laptops), because the interface is fully responsive and the toolbar is fully customizable.
Let’s look at a few scenarios that are a perfect fit for the mobile editor:
Easy as pie:
There are a few features I feel obliged to highlight:
You can read the entire list in the Phone Layout End User Experience article. There is so much more to discover—dialogs are more immersive, their layout is changed to show the core features without clutter, Find and Replace is brand new, as well.
Scan this QR code with your device and it will take you there:
As usual, we want to hear what you wish to see implemented and improved in the control so we can make it more useful for you. Give us a shout in the comments, open a ticket or write in our Feedback Portal. The current plans include a tablet-oriented layout, and we'd love to hear more ideas.
Marin Bratanov is a Principal Technical Support Engineer in the ASP.NET AJAX division. Ever since he joined Telerik in early 2011 as a novice, his main focus has been improving the services and customer care the company offers. Apart from work, Marin is an avid reader and usually enjoys the worlds of fantasy and Sci-Fi literature. You can find him on Twitter, Goodreads, LinkedIn and GooglePlus.
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