If your project is based on PHP/MySQL and you are looking for an easy to use WYSIWYG html editing control for your website, SPAW Editor is your answer. Completely written in PHP, SPAW Editor can be used as a stand-alone control, or as a plugin in WordPress or any other major PHP/MySQL based CMS. Using our XML-RPC API, you can easily replace your standard textarea html control with the powerful SPAW Editor control.

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SPAW Editor (HTML) – Multi-language Web WYSIWYG Editor


SPAW Editor is a web based WYSIWYG editor control enabling website developers to replace a standard textarea html control with full-featured, fully customizable,skinable, multilanguage web based WYSIWYG editor.
Tabbed Multi-document Interface
Version 2 introduces new industry unique tabbed multi-document interface feature. Now you can edit virtually unlimited number of HTML snippets in a single WYSIWYG instance. This can save a lot of screen space, unnecessary scrolling and loading time compared to other solutions where you have to load as many WYSIWYG instances as HTML snippets you want to edit.
Floating/Shared Toolbars
Multiple instances of SPAW Editor v.2 can be controlled by a single toolbar. This toolbar can either be attached to one of the instances or float around the screen. This way you can save loading time and achieve a better level of integration of the editing area into complex designs (no toolbar overhead)
Resizeable Editing Area
Users can resize editing area of the editor both vertically and horizontally. Resizing directions could be controlled by the developers as well as users or disabled altogether. Content editors are able to see as much (or as little) content as they wish.
Modular Architecture
One of the main problems in SPAW v.1 was that it was very difficult to extend the core functionality. SPAW Editor v.2 was designed with extendability in mind. Rich API is available for developers allowing to extend the functionality to whatever your needs are. Publicly available plugins developed by Solmetra as well as 3rd parties will be posted to our plugin page.

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Lagrange (in the title) refers to the foundation of the Gemini space.
Installation and usage instructions:
You can download Lagrange here:
How to run:
In order to run Lagrange, you must install and use the browser Google Chrome. Lagrange can be launched from the application’s shortcut or by using the desktop icon provided by the browser’s installer.

Thanks for your suggestion! 🙂 I really like this app and I really want to improve it! For example, the main mission is to become more secure, right? Then I think I will add a password-encryption feature to the folder in which the data will be stored and then I will encrypt it with the application’s default password-encryption system.

I am also working to get the web-page cache feature integrated in Lagrange. So, once the cache is loaded it should be accessible in the upper left corner of the application window.

Another feature I am planning is to make it compatible with both Mac OS and Windows systems. I think the only way to do it is to create different versions for each platform.



Post subject: Re: Lagrange – Mini browser for the Gemini space – can I help?

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2018 2:58 pm

Joined: Fri Aug 22, 2017 2:33 amPosts: 67Location: USA

This is an awesome program and I would love to help with it. I’ve got ideas on how I would like to improve the UI.

1. Add the ability to open multiple tabs at once. It would also be helpful to have them sorted alphabetically.
2. Add an option to have a “bookmark” in the tab bar, much like the bookmarks bar in chrome.
3. Allow for integration with page tags. (see, I added a screenshot.)
4. Allow for per-tab text to be added. (Eg. “My Documents.”)
5. Allow for a “shortcut” icon to be created for each tab.

Do you really need a screenshot of this? It’s not very clear where you want this feature.

To answer your original question though, I am not sure how useful this program will be to you. Yes, it is open source and runs on Linux, MacOS, and Windows, but with