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    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Mosaic editor used to use deco internally.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    do you mean edit mode and view mode would use two different grids?
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    @datakurre is the layout editor a pattern? can I used it as a replacement for tinymce?
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    It is a pattern, yet it expects layout behavior fields.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    it expects to take over the whole page?
    viewport I mean
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Mosaic 1.0 had different grids for editor and view. That was the issue solved in 2.0.
    Yes. Expects
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    thinking if its possible to integrate with plomino
    plomino now has an angular2 IDE mode. and the visual editor is in a tab.
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Theoretically.
    Behaviors did support Archetypes, right now Mosaic editor probably starts only on Dexterity (z3c.form).
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    plomino is DX now
    its more if the editor can behave inside a certain area of the page
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    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Cannot right now :/
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    so if we were to integrate mosaic, we would want the editor without its toolbar actually. we have our own toolbar to drag and drop new tiles/fields from.
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    That might be possible with the new editor.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    so who is building the new editor?
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    The current one has been designed to control the whole page (multiple areas on it).
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    so if I make changes to the old editor for this inline tile usecase, it would get replaced soon?
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Ramon has Angular 2 prototype. Rob has React prototype, which e-eventis-developers explored during the sprint.
    I would not expect it this year.
    The current editor might be hard to customize. Architecture is from 2009.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    I found it easy to read
    and I’m not a js person
    I’m not sure about plomino getting this depency on angular 2.
    I’m sure its more productive but like all frameworks they have opinions and will make it hard to customise.
    and there is always the risk of it becoming unpopular or requiring upgrades. like angular 1
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Agreed on that. The current editor is already in production and if Wildcard's Castle CMS succeeds, it may be supported for long time by them.
    And if you manage to make the editor easier to maintain, it could live even longer. The new editor may only progress during sprints.
    Asko Soukka
    @datakurre
    Ramon may continue on it, if his clients want it, but it will still be plone.server / plone.restapi at first and require full sprint to be able to replace the current editor.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    I’m not really a js person. I don’t think I can make it easier to maintain.
    some ideas in here for mosaic
    Davi Lima
    @davilima6
    nice one, ui has a cohesive look & feel. my favorites: sections, modules (one day), at hand font family and size controls (instead of our strict formats); in rows management: row duplication, prelayouts, full width toggler, background image or video chooser. con: prelayouts are great but you cant do anything beyond them.
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    I like that—more simple than drag/drop
    Maik Derstappen
    @MrTango
    it goes in that direction we talked with @bloodbare at the PloneMephistoSprint last week. Drag and drop for moving tiles and extra config panels for row/flexbox settings. I like the possiblility of saving and moving rows, or let say groups of tiles.
    Dylan Jay
    @djay
    The mosaics bar currently has two seperate parts. Selecting layout which should probably go into the toolbar. So then the insert and format could go inplace..
    Is that what u mean?
    Maik Derstappen
    @MrTango
    we talked about the next generation for the editor, but yes something like that. configuring rows and tiles should be inplace like in th example above
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    Hey lovely example, i plan to continue working on the ng2 new mosaic editor with this idea, drag&drop for changing row and declarative way to define align, size,...
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    @bloodbare where is your project at btw?
    can I take a look?
    Ramon Navarro Bosch
    @bloodbare
    Now it does not bootstrap, i need to push last changes
    Nathan Van Gheem
    @vangheem
    hey now, it’s actually https://github.com/bloodbare/ng2-mosaic I think :)
    can you move it to plone namespace maybe?
    wow, I just discovered tsx
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