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Show HN: BlockNote – a “Notion-style” block-based text editor for React
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Sep 2022
What Functions and other things should I know before trying to make a Rich Text Editor?
Check out https://github.com/ueberdosis/tiptap. I built a production-ready Rich text editor in a matter of hours with the help of this library. You can also build custom plugins if you need to, but then you'd have to dive into https://prosemirror.net
What is the best Rich Text Editor for ReactJS now?
9 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 3 Aug 2022
ProseMirror - takes a lot of effort to have something working, but advantage is really low-level customization and that it's a mature and constantly maintained library.9 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 3 Aug 2022
We're using remirror in our product. It's built on top of ProseMirror so it's very flexible to build your own editor.
Ace, CodeMirror, and Monaco: A Comparison of the Code Editors You Use in Browser
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Mar 2022
I did a similar analysis a year ago and came to the conclusion that ProseMirror (https://prosemirror.net) was the right choice for my project. ProseMirror is an excellent toolkit for building your own rich text components and happens to also be written by the author of CodeMirror. It does not give you as quick an out of the box experience as slate (or any of the other rich text libraries out there) but its speed and flexibility is excellent.
Is there some kind of opensource widget editor? Like an advanced WYSIWYG editor
5 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 8 Mar 2022
Sounds like you need a WYSIWYG editor. There are a bunch of them, but I like Prosemirror and Milkdown the most.
Best WYSIWYG editor for Vue that supports structured content?
7 projects | reddit.com/r/vuejs | 7 Mar 2022
ProseMirror: Seems like more of a toolkit.
Markdown editor for freedom!
6 projects | dev.to | 21 Dec 2021
🦾 Reliable - Built on top of prosemirror and remark
SilentNotes v6.0 released
2 projects | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 2 Dec 2021
I'm sorry, but nested block formats are not supported, the current editor does not allow it. This cannot be changed easily, but I planned to have a look at ProseMirror, which could be a solid replacement for the current editor. At this time I cannot tell whether SilentNotes will make the switch to ProseMirror, and if it does, there is still the question whether nested block-formats are worth the loss of simplicity in usage.
Which WYSIWYG editor do you guys prefer?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/sveltejs | 18 Nov 2021
I haven't done it in Svelte but I'd be inclined to use ProseMirror. I'm a fan of Marijn Haverbeke's work.
massCode v3 - An open source snippets manager is out 🚀
5 projects | dev.to | 5 Sep 2022
massCode uses Codemirror as the basis for the editor and .tmLanguage as the grammar for syntax highlighting. This tandem opens the door to over 600 existing grammars. The application currently supports more than 160 grammars. In addition to .tmLanguage, the application supports .tmTheme for themes. There is also…
pyTermTk sandbox with Pyodide + xterm.js + CodeMirror5 + other stuff
6 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 25 Aug 2022
[Media] This is my first Rust project, a little pastebin web app called MicroBin. 🦀 It's blazingly fast 🚀🔥 and crazy safe of course
3 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 8 May 2022
syntax highlighting is simple with https://codemirror.net/
How to add SQL editor to your django admin.
2 projects | dev.to | 1 May 2022
Official website of Codemirror.
Do you trust the Obsidian company?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/ObsidianMD | 21 Apr 2022
CodeMirror [MIT] https://codemirror.net/
3 projects | reddit.com/r/u_tilepieces | 8 Apr 2022
The project is built with itself, and uses some of the popular frontend libraries like codemirror and terser.To build a tilepieces application, read the instructions.
introducing tilepieces: An open source project to visually editing HTML documents and Web applications
4 projects | dev.to | 6 Apr 2022
Tilepieces is a software that allows you to create applications for editing HTML documents, using some of the popular interfaces of the browser developer tools (with which it is possible to integrate css edits). Tilepieces also allows you to reuse your favorite code and libraries, and exposes APIs that are useful for editing multiple files at a time. You can start using tilepieces with its progressive web application version! Why Tilepieces? Tilepieces has everything you need to manage and design the layout of all your web projects, be they newsletters, banners, websites or web applications. Any library and framework can be reused using its component data structure, similar to NPM's package.json. These data structures can be populated by the application itself. Its API and the possibility of customization make it perfect as the basis of a CMS How Tilepieces works The project is built with itself, and uses some of the popular frontend libraries like codemirror and terser. To build a tilepieces application, read the instructions. How to use Tilepieces You can start use tilepieces immediately with its progressive web application version. If you like Node.js, there is an npm package for you that will launch the application in your favourite browser.
I think that Codemirror 5 is a nice example, version 6 is somewhat hard to follow, there are way too many modules and it's hard to understand.
What is the point of this php.js file ?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 16 Mar 2022
Your first taste of emacs
13 projects | dev.to | 8 Feb 2022
Let's try an example M-! git clone https://github.com/codemirror/CodeMirror.git ~/code-mirror(Notice when you type M-! the mini buffer pops up with a shell command prompt? This is great for running quick commands). CodeMirror isn't tiny, this might take a few seconds...
What are some alternatives?
ace - Ace (Ajax.org Cloud9 Editor)
Monaco Editor - A browser based code editor
slate - A completely customizable framework for building rich text editors. (Currently in beta.)
quill - Quill is a modern WYSIWYG editor built for compatibility and extensibility.
Draft.js - A React framework for building text editors.
tiptap - The headless editor framework for web artisans.
vuetify - 🐉 Material Component Framework for Vue
Editor.js - A block-styled editor with clean JSON output