Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET programming downloads, ASP.NET
Kannan Sundararajan wrote the control, but Kirti Deshpande, of Microsoft’s ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit group, is the one who introduced it to the wide world , thanks to a blog entry called Rich Text Editor is here. The features about which he writes include Clipboard support, a context-sensitive toolbar, the ability to format text as code blocks and, crucially, emoticons.
The control was written under the MS-PL license, which is a public license. Rather than summarize the legalese, we’ll just link to the text of the MS-PL license and let you guys exercise your brains a bit.