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What is this called? how do you create it? any library? (react)
6 projects | /r/webdev | 17 Dec 2022
Is there a good alternative to Draft-js rich text editor?
4 projects | /r/reactjs | 14 Oct 2022
Draft-js developed by Facebook, last update was over 2 years ago and it still got over 800k weekly downloads. I can't quite get it to work so I'm wondering if theres other good alternatives out there.
Making text editor in tauri
5 projects | /r/rust | 14 Jul 2022
If you want to write the GUI code in Rust, you'd need something like Dioxus (which uses Tauri under the hood). But note that the Rust GUI ecosystem is still new, so I doubt we have something like Draft.js (a wysiwyg editor component for React). There's a lot of complexity involved in writing a text editor, and I'll suspect you'll have to handle a lot of that yourself.
Lexical – a web text editor framework that powers Facebook
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Jun 2022
How does this compare to Draft.js, another rich text editor created by Facebook?
Does anybody a block-based rich text editor like notion that works with react?
6 projects | /r/nextjs | 25 May 2022
Facebook open sources Lexical, an extensible text editor framework
FWIW, we updated the README to reflect the status of DraftJS today.
Point taken about updating the site, though.
I think it would be helpful to explicitly say that draft.js is deprecated here . I was recently caught out by this, and started using draft.js without realising it’s been abandoned.
>Sure, but indicate that it's an alpha product
Do you mean something like the banner on the README?
>They don't even have the decency to label it is such
Do you mean something like the big banner on the README?
Useful Utility React.js Libraries
6 projects | dev.to | 3 Apr 2022
Any FOSS to make HTML websites for self-hosting?
4 projects | /r/opensource | 7 Dec 2023
What I found was GrapesJS. I'd definitely recommend it: https://grapesjs.com/
Open source for frontend
2 projects | dev.to | 1 Oct 2023
Open-source web builder framework for creating templates without coding. Website - GitHub
Show HN: I made a MailChimp alternative that connects to your database
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Jul 2023
I agree. It is a little confusing. As a dev I can see how it might be useful when I don't have time to build the interface. But not really sure.
Have you looked at something like https://grapesjs.com/ for templates?
Coding HTML templates for emails is a nightmare. Do you know of any tool to make it easier?
3 projects | /r/django | 6 Jul 2023
How to build a webpage builder like Wix, Squarespace, Shopify, etc? I want to build one with React
2 projects | /r/reactjs | 10 Jun 2023
Looking for flow builder like reactflow
2 projects | /r/webdev | 18 Feb 2023
Take a look at grapesjs ( https://github.com/GrapesJS/grapesjs) . . . With a bit of work u can make a pretty good editor using it. For reference u can check out something like poweredit (https://github.com/anatoli-dp/poweredit) that uses it (I am aware it is a pretty poor example.domt hate me but it was my first take at using the framework and making an application) as well as quite a few others. But it does have a lot to use as a starting point for your own
Any have a comprehensive table of web hosts and their costs for various plans, both for the first year and beyond?
2 projects | /r/webdev | 21 Nov 2022
Which JS libraries to create graphical GUI and logic GUI in 2022?
[AskJS] Looking for UI visual editor?
[Hobby Scuffles] Week of August 22, 2022 (Rules update + poll)
4 projects | /r/HobbyDrama | 25 Aug 2022
You could use GrapesJS (https://grapesjs.com) to create your website. It's an open-source Wysiwyg editor that can export a zip archive with all the site files, ready to host them in any of the free static hosting solutions out there (Netlify, CloudFlare Pages, Github Pages, Neocities, etc.).
What are some alternatives?
quill - Quill is a modern WYSIWYG editor built for compatibility and extensibility.
slate - A completely customizable framework for building rich text editors. (Currently in beta.)
react-quill - A Quill component for React.
Editor.js - A block-style editor with clean JSON output
tailblocks - Ready-to-use Tailwind CSS blocks.
CodeMirror - In-browser code editor (version 5, legacy)
react-draft-wysiwyg - A Wysiwyg editor build on top of ReactJS and DraftJS. https://jpuri.github.io/react-draft-wysiwyg
lexical - Lexical is an extensible text editor framework that provides excellent reliability, accessibility and performance.
ProseMirror - The ProseMirror WYSIWYM editor
medium-editor - Medium.com WYSIWYG editor clone. Uses contenteditable API to implement a rich text solution.