Thank you for your response. Could you tell me where/url to obtain/download the http server? If I understand, I would install the server on my website and the text of the editors would be processed on this local server on my website. I would keep the server updated via the LT daily you provided the link to. What I see there looks like perhaps the full server such as 2017-05-18 22:01 100M in zip form. In addition, I would then organize the ngrams per language on my server for each of the 4 supported languages.
What I originally thought to download is the language_toool_master.zip from Github and then installing Apache Maven and Java 1.8. A friend said to download the Desktop version. So I'm confused about how to proceed.
If I wanted my users to be able to use the full language set though of the online Language Tool, is there a way possibly to do that? Perhaps that would be interfacing the Tinymce, for example, with the online Language Tool. Could you comment?
Thank you so much.
Yes, either way I end up doing the integration I will share and am open to other developers critiques as well.