Hey there, developer! I’m so glad you stumbled upon this first post in the Grammarly for Developers blog. In case you haven’t heard, Grammarly launched the Grammarly Text Editor SDK beta in September 2021. You can use the SDK to add Grammarly suggestions to your app. It only takes a few minutes to get up and running.
In this post, I’ll share the types of content you can expect to find on this blog going forward and how you can get connected with us.
This blog is your go-to source for all things related to Grammarly for Developers. In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be posting:
- Tutorials on how to use the SDK in your app
- Updates on the latest features and enhancements
- Announcements for upcoming events and live streams
- Descriptions of best practices for using the SDK
- Stories of how developers have used the SDK in their apps
- Articles on engineering and writing
Check back regularly for updates. If you don’t want to miss an update, add https://www.grammarly.com/blog/feed/?category_name=developer to your favorite RSS reader.
We have even more ways for you to stay connected with all things Grammarly for Developers:
- The Grammarly for Developers Community on GitHub: Join our community to ask questions, give us feedback, and connect with our developers.
- Grammarly for Developers on Twitter: Follow us to get the latest updates on all things Grammarly for Developers.
- Grammarly for Developers on YouTube: Subscribe to our YouTube channel, so you don’t miss a video tutorial or live stream.
- Grammarly for Developers on Twitch: If you prefer Twitch over YouTube, be sure to follow our channel where we’ll be streaming the same content we stream on YouTube.
I hope you enjoy using the Grammarly Text Editor SDK!