Progress Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core
The Editor can both import and export its content as a standalone file to be viewed directly or processed by another application. Supported file export formats include HTML, RTF, DOCX and PDF. This feature works thanks to the powerful Telerik Document Processing library.
The Editor component supports adding lists of items with all the standard options you are used to:
Numbered lists, supporting both Arabic and Roman numerals
The demo is available here.
With the Telerik Core HTML Editor you enable your users to create and format text using the familiar buttons for Bold, Italic, Underline, Justify, Indent and more. Let them set different font names, sizes and text and background colors, as well as style existing HTML elements. Give them the opportunity to easily insert and format lists, tables, images, hyperlinks and form elements. And to provide even more styling options, add predefined CSS class names or create your own custom tools, buttons, dropdowns or dialogs to meet your requirements.
Tables created in the Editor component can be easily aligned to the left, center or right with the built-in tools.
Enable your users to create rich text content in your ASP.NET Core application or website. Users can modify the content by using Telerik ASP.NET Core Editor in a WYSIWYG interface. The HTML helper for the Kendo UI WYSIYG Editor widget can be easily configured for any Core project.
Both, the Kendo UI Editor widget and the HTML wrapper for ASP.NET Core are compliant with accessibility standards and have easy-to-use API for intuitive content manipulation.
With the ASP.NET for Core lightweight editor component, your users can insert and edit hyperlinks with ease thanks to the out-of-the-box Hyperlink Manager settings, such as text, target and tooltip. Using the Image Manager, users can select an image from a library, preview it and change its properties, (size, position, alt text) or edit the image by cropping, rotating, etc.
Enable users to enter and edit text in an interface they are already familiar with. The intuitive toolbox of the ASP.NET Core Editor component will enable them to complete seamless text edits on the web.
The Telerik Core Editor allows your end-users to attach files, making HTML editing even easier. The CoreEditor control supports an array of file types: txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, zip, rar, jpg, jpeg, gif, png.
Provide out-of-the-box styles for the content of your Telerik Core Editor. This will enable you to either have content which adheres to a specific style or have a list of available styles for your users.
Define your own filters for content validation, specify which tools will be displayed in the toolbar or create your own commands, be it buttons or drop-downs. The Telerik Core Editor enables you to implement new commands with custom dialogs or load external ones.
Integrate the Core Editor component with the built-in server-side and client-side validation capabilities of ASP.NET Core.
Provide an interface for all of your users, regardless of language. With the ability to provide localized versions of the Core HTML Editor, you can provide a localized experience to all of your clients.
Right out of the box, ASP.NET Editor for Core provides RTL support for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. You can adjust for local preference by changing just a few settings.
Why do you need to build a mobile version of your app when the same application can work equally well on mobile and desktop devices?
Thanks to the Core adaptive rendering, you can rest assured that your Core Editor will work across all screens and will handle touch events as if triggered by a keyboard or a mouse.
In applications where accessibility is a large concern, the need to provide keyboard navigation across your Core project can become a large factor. Thanks to the Core HTML Editor, a single property allows for simple keyboard navigation through the entire component.
The Telerik Core Editor control is perfect for scenarios where accessibility is important for your application. The Editor complies with Section 508 and WCAG guidelines, ensuring that individuals with disabilities can still view and interact with it.
Using the ASP.NET Editor for Core, you can be certain that your app will look and behave as expected across all browsers.