This downloadable github repository contains source-code and examples to help developers learn to use the nanospell tinymce spellcheck plugin.
TinyMce does not benefit from contextual spellchecker technology... the red underlines we all depend on in day-to-day computing.
Nanospell extends conventional spellchecking by adding specialist dictionaries for English, French, German, Swedish and over 20 international languages. It also boasts specialist medical , legal and engineering dictionaries for professional usage.
This package gives you everything your need to try spellchecking in TinyMce yourself - and aims to provide a forum for community involvement in suggesting and creating future tutorials for tinymce spellchecker users.
We find that the best way to learn about code is to see it with your own eyes, so please fork, download and experiment with the tinymce example source.
Please use the wiki and comments section to communicate directly with the nanospell team.