Your document editor is unique in the market and with a few tweaks in formatting from docx to sfdt could be perfect.
The alternatives to your solution are incredibly complex or far too expensive:
WOPI - integrating a solution with office online is incredibly complex and the expense is unknown.Zoho documents
- charges for every time a document is opened, ridiculously expensive
- Linux solution and incredibly complex.
You should really consider combining this component along with the file explorer as a base document management system.
You could clean up.
However there remain some problems on docx to sfdt losing formatting:
- background boxes on headings
- autofit columns in tables
- no support for "page break before"
- no support for "keep with next"
I have reported the former three before and the latter I have just discovered - see attached zip file. You have done no or little work on this component for quite a while but I really do suggest you major on it because it's the only viable .NET solution out there for editing Word documents in the browser.
Well done guys, it's a long way from being perfect and was fiddly to get working but with a bit of work on that docx-sfdt formatting this could be game changer if you market it as such.
I am still working on my working solution and will continue with further threads if you don't mind but believe me when I say you have a winning solution here. You should build a sample project with Word documents displayed in the file explorer using Blob Storage as storage for Word documents and then show how they can be edited inline with your document editor. You are so close to a brilliant solution, keep up the good work!
BTW - My Angular solution uses Kendo Angular throughout, they are simply not as advanced as you guys.