RapidSpell Desktop .NET for WinForms was first released over 12 years ago, it has been refined by thousands of real world customer experiences to produce the current version, 5. As you type, user options, dialog mode, auto correct - it's all there, and stable!
Customizable UI and behavior - the open API lets you quickly add spell checking the way you want it.
Whether developing applications in C# or VB.NET, full code examples and demo projects are provided in both languages.
The best, in-house sculpted dictionaries are a cut above the rest who often use open source dictionaries. Four English language variants and 17 extra dictionaries including medical and legal. All dictionaries are customizable.
Quickly integrate the refined web spell checker into your ASP.NET web application. Keyoti have dedicated over a decade to spell checking controls for web developers.
The open, comprehensive API lets you make it work your way, and fit your web application.
With license levels to suit all, from single websites to enterprise and OEM licensing.
4 English language variations (US, UK, CA, AU) included free of charge with 17 extra dictionaries also available, including medical and legal. All of which are modifiable.
RapidSpell Web ASP.NET adds spell check functionality to your ASP.NET web applications and CMS. Simply drag-and-drop onto your aspx web page (Web Form) in Visual Studio or directly access the classes in a code behind page. No programming skills are required to use RapidSpell Web ASP.NET, with its strong Visual Studio design time support, making this control accessible to ASP.NET website designers.
Spell check any server or client side text boxes: <asp:textbox>, any Html text box component such as <textarea> and <input type='text'> and 3rd Party controls, such as Dart's ASP.NET PowerWEB TextBox, 'pinEdit' from Pintexx, 'HtmlTextBox' and more. The custom client side interface mechanism allows interaction with practically any component, for example flash based text boxes.
Surprise your users with fully featured spell check; as you type, dialog, user options, autocorrect and custom dictionaries.
RapidSpell WPF is built upon 12+ years of experience, it is pure .NET with a WPF front end that can be easily styled to fit in perfectly with your XAML UI.
We have millions of end users all over the globe, using the 21 dictionaries (including medical, legal and four English language variations).
RapidSpell WPF is flexible first and foremost. The approach is openness, you can work with the minutia of the API to craft the spell check the way you want it.
Either drag the RapidSpellDialog and RapidSpellAsYouType spelling controls into your XAML, or programmatically create in C# or VB.NET – and it really is just a few lines of code.
The RapidSpellDialog control provides all the familiar features of a dialog spell checker such as Ignore, Change All etc. Users can add words to a personal dictionary, undo and change user options. Users can select specific text and check only that selection or check whole documents with wrap at end.
RapidSpell Silverlight allows users (when enabled) to change multiple elements of the spell checking behavior such as ignoring words with digits, ignoring incorrect case etc.
RapidSpell Silverlight includes Dict Manager which allows complete management of the main dictionaries.
The API architecture enables Silverlight developers to have complete power over the design and behavior of the control. The dialog user interface can be redesigned by editing the UI XAML in the Visual Studio designer, source is included in the demo projects. The behavior of the spell checking GUI can be customized by modifying the XAML codebehind or the presenter class (through subclassing).
Additional text boxes can be spell checked at once using the same RapidSpell Silverlight control.
RapidSpell Silverlight includes dedicated DLLs for Microsoft Silverlight SDK v3, 4 and WP7.