TinyMCE (and CKEditor) are all client-side-only widgets. Nothing runs on the server, it’s not like ASP.NET controls.
Otherwise you can use their free CDN (there are also other free CDN services that host TinyMCE). The cdn key seems to allow you to configure your personalized CDN and premium plugins.
Wisej works with any configuration, it doesn’t matter how and where the js/css files come from.
Hi Nic, Hi Jim,
you can find a new extension for the TinyEditor (TinyMCE will follow later) in our download section.
Find a sample using it here:
For the “built-in” RichTextBox, I’m not sure yet if/how we will provide a much simpler editor with some kind of RTF support, which is kind of obsolete but I’m sure there are projects out there with lots of RTF files that would need it.