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Best way to store blog post content (React/MongoDB)?
5 projects | /r/reactjs | 26 May 2021
I'm using React Markdown with remark-gfm, remark-math, react-mathjax, and MDX.
Adding Markdown to Framer
2 projects | dev.to | 24 Apr 2023
We're using the react-markdown plugin to render markdown-to-html. We expose props with the addPropertyControls method from Framer. You can style the different generated HTML tags with a renderers function.
[vite]: Rollup failed to resolve import "react-markdown" from
3 projects | /r/reactjs | 21 Apr 2023
You should install it first
How to integrate your blog with dev.to API Next.js 13
5 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2023
I'm using Next.js(version 13 with the experimental app dir), and for rendering markdown on React I'm going to use react-markdown.
Storing & Rendering Blogs: no markdown-parser
2 projects | dev.to | 5 Nov 2022
I've been trying to put together a blog for myself and a point comes when one needs to start thinking about strategies to store the blogs somewhere. One common strategy you find in a lot of tutorials is using some third-party library that parses markdown to the desired semantic, for eg. react-markdown . Now, speaking of the goods of such a library, it (hopefully) tackles the security concerns that come with letting external HTML render on a site. This is the security concern that leads to dangerous function names such as dangerouslySetInnerHTML, quoting the react docs , just " to remind yourself that it’s dangerous " . On a serious note, XSS attacks can be a major pain in the posterior. Apart from that, such libraries also eliminate the need to implement your own markdown parser.
33 React Libraries Every React Developer Should Have In Their Arsenal
13 projects | dev.to | 5 Oct 2022
Building React Components from headless CMS markdown
5 projects | dev.to | 24 Aug 2022
Using React Markdown, we’re going to create Custom React Components (in a Next.js application) using parsed markdown retrieved from a headless CMS. By doing so, we will be able to quite easily utilize cutting-edge features like Next Image in the body of our Markdown. This way, we can take dynamic content and shape it the way we want, improving performance, accessibility, and overall user experience.
How I built my Blog with NextJs, Chakra UI, and GraphCMS?
5 projects | dev.to | 3 Jul 2022
The Article page contains the actual article. I used react-markdown npm package to render markdown. It's an amazing tool, supports remark plugins, and safely converts markdown to HTML. You can also write GitHub-flavoured markdown. I will soon add embeds support. This page contains breadcrumb, last-updated date, read-time, featured image, published date, author photo, and name, audio article, article content, discussion/comment section and two suggested articles.
i18n for Static Sites with Strapi
8 projects | dev.to | 3 May 2022
In order to display your instructions, you’ll need an extra library because Strapi’s rich text field uses Markdown. The easiest way to render Markdown is by installing the react-markdown library:
How to render Markdown files? (I'm using React)
3 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 3 Apr 2022
Otherwise there's this for markdown in react: https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-markdown
The Complete Guide to Full Stack Web3 Development
9 projects | dev.to | 10 Feb 2022
hardhat - Ethereum development environment web3modal - An easy-to-use library that allows users to connect their wallets to your app react-markdown and simplemde - Markdown editor and markdown renderer for the CMS @emotion/css - A great CSS in JS library @openzeppelin/contracts - Open source implementations of useful smart contract standards and functionality
What are some alternatives?
remark - remark is a popular tool that transforms markdown with plugins. These plugins can inspect and change your markup. You can use remark on the server, the client, CLIs, deno, etc.
remark-gfm - remark plugin to support GFM (autolink literals, footnotes, strikethrough, tables, tasklists)
gray-matter - Smarter YAML front matter parser, used by metalsmith, Gatsby, Netlify, Assemble, mapbox-gl, phenomic, vuejs vitepress, TinaCMS, Shopify Polaris, Ant Design, Astro, hashicorp, garden, slidev, saber, sourcegraph, and many others. Simple to use, and battle tested. Parses YAML by default but can also parse JSON Front Matter, Coffee Front Matter, TOML Front Matter, and has support for custom parsers. Please follow gray-matter's author: https://github.com/jonschlinkert
rehype-sanitize - plugin to sanitize HTML
micromark - small, safe, and great commonmark (optionally gfm) compliant markdown parser
remark-toc - plugin to generate a table of contents (TOC)
vite-plugin-svgr - Vite plugin to transform SVGs into React components
react-icons - svg react icons of popular icon packs
Syncfusion React UI Components Library (Essential JS 2) - Syncfusion React UI components library offer more than 50+ cross-browser, responsive, and lightweight react UI controls for building modern web applications.
mdx - Markdown for the component era
rehype-raw - plugin to parse the tree again
react-syntax-highlighter - syntax highlighting component for react with prismjs or highlightjs ast using inline styles