Here at Fuse, we’ve been working on a few commerce projects lately. We've been using Commerce Kickstart as the base for some projects and customize to meet client business requirements. By using Kickstart, we no longer need to download a long list of modules and configure them individually, it saves us many hours of work and save money for our clients. For users that are new to Drupal, and want to have an online store, Commerce Kickstart is great.
So here's the scenario. A year or two ago we had an SVN server. In house because it was easy enough to set up and the options for hosted services weren't as abundant and cool as they are now. We had all sorts of space to commit anything and everything to SVN and the added benefit of local network speeds when checking out repositories.
The conclusion to the CKEditor & the WYSIWYG Module tutorial series.. Learn how to create a native CKEditor plugin and expose it to CKEditor using either the WYSIWYG module or the CKEditor module API.