:atom: The hackable text editorProject mention: Top 10 IDEs for React.js Developers in 2021 | reddit.com/r/u_WrapPixel9 | 2022-01-20
Quill is a modern WYSIWYG editor built for compatibility and extensibility.Project mention: What is Slate.js, and will it replace Quill and Draft.js? | dev.to | 2021-11-23
Quill, no doubt, is a drop-in editor; you can get started without changing anything. If you get beyond the most basic use cases, however, you may encounter certain performance issues, which have become a recognized defect.
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A browser based code editorProject mention: Is there a library that will allow me to have a textarea input with syntax highlighting? | reddit.com/r/AskProgramming | 2022-01-21
There's also Monaco from MS: https://microsoft.github.io/monaco-editor/
Ace (Ajax.org Cloud9 Editor)Project mention: Is there a library that will allow me to have a textarea input with syntax highlighting? | reddit.com/r/AskProgramming | 2022-01-21
AceJS is quite popular: https://ace.c9.io/
A React framework for building text editors.Project mention: 9 Ways You Can Use React Today in 2022 | dev.to | 2022-01-21
DraftJS is a library created by the team at Facebook that lets you build rich text editors with... you guessed it: React! It takes some time to get used to but once you start getting it its actually motivating to keep going when you notice progress.
Quasar Framework - Build high-performance VueJS user interfaces in record timeProject mention: Vite 2.x + Vue 3.x + quasar 2.x + windcss 3.x starter ⚡ | reddit.com/r/u_Special_Paint_9099 | 2022-01-19
Deliver Cleaner and Safer Code - Right in Your IDE of Choice!. SonarLint is a free and open source IDE extension that identifies and catches bugs and vulnerabilities as you code, directly in the IDE. Install from your favorite IDE marketplace today.
Medium.com WYSIWYG editor clone. Uses contenteditable API to implement a rich text solution.Project mention: "Floating" WYSIWYG editor? | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-09-09
Super simple WYSIWYG editorProject mention: Im facing an issue anybody that knows how i can go about it? | reddit.com/r/VisualStudio | 2022-01-21
TypeError: e.attr(...).tooltip is not a function(…) · Issue #2157 · summernote/summernote
A web-based tool to view, edit, format, and validate JSONProject mention: Save Editing Kaesi Ending | reddit.com/r/Pathfinder_Kingmaker | 2021-12-10
A history of the dialogue choices you picked throughout your playthrough is logged in the player.json file. When I looked at the json structure using https://jsoneditoronline.org/, I found it listed under the SelectedAnswer section, which is further under the m_Dialogue parent (so m_Dialogue>SelectedAnswer).
Check out this Markdown editor, made using SimpleMDE.
The ProseMirror WYSIWYM editorProject mention: Markdown editor for freedom! | dev.to | 2021-12-21
🦾 Reliable - Built on top of prosemirror and remark
enjoy live editing (+markdown)
> If forEach is not to be used
That source is simply incorrect. forEach is perfectly fine to use as long as you realize what is happening. It iterates an array where each thing is a function that returns a promise. Of course the results aren't what they expect.
ES5 array additions suffer from being a little too early (though later stuff wouldn't exist otherwise, so...). They are designed to deal with holey arrays (arrays with indexes missing). This is extremely uncommon today, but was decently common once upon a time. They were also created before the iterator protocol.
The real fix is to design iterator versions that can handle things like async generator functions.
> it should be deprecated and removed from the language in a timely manner.
NOTHING can be removed from the language once added. Doing that would break all the older websites that depend on it (technically, a few minor breaks happened after they tested millions of sites and couldn't find anything that was adversely affected). At best, they can block older features from newer features. For example, using class syntax or a bunch of other ES6 language structures automatically makes your code shift into "use strict" mode.
I hope they introduce a "use strict 2" variant that strips away more of the undesirable features than the current "use strict" does.
That pre-processor was a source of untold nightmares. Direct injection leads to bugs. If someone is going that route, full-blown macros are the only answer. There is a full-blown macro system Mozilla created a few years ago, but it's not very popular.
There also exist some C-style pre-processors for babel too, but they should be avoided because lisp's gensym is a critical feature that they and C both lack.
HTML5 rich text editor. Try the demo integration at
Simple, beautiful wysiwyg editor
A JS library for building WYSIWYG editors for HTML content.
DraftJS, Slate, ProseMirror, Quill and more - they all use their model for abstracting dom (unfortunately I don't rememeber what was the exact reasoning. Quill has some article on that https://quilljs.com/docs/delta) I can see now the surge of new RTEs that simply use contenteditable and dom. Is it that isssue from the past that led those libs above to use abstractions - are not valid anymore? Examples: https://atata.io/examples/custom-rich-text-editor-based-on-contenteditable/ http://suneditor.com/sample/index.html https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg https://zenpen.io
A markdown editor. http://lab.lepture.com/editor/
A modern, simple and elegant WYSIWYG rich text editor.
Haroopad - The Next Document processor based on MarkdownProject mention: Markdown viewer apps that supports tables | reddit.com/r/fossdroid | 2021-10-02
A toolkit for building WYSIWYG editors with MobiledocProject mention: On the limits of MDX | dev.to | 2021-04-01
There's plenty of content platforms with plenty of rich text editors that spew out plenty of different formats, including markdown, HTML, and abstractions as MobileDoc and Portable Text. Medium gained popularity thanks to its smooth authoring experience, Notion now seems to have taken over that hype. Void of HTML and Markdown (well, markdown-like shortcuts works, but is not a requirement), but with rich embeds. Arguably, these interfaces are more friendly and more accessible than learning Markdown, or MDX.
Is there a library that will allow me to have a textarea input with syntax highlighting?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/AskProgramming | 21 Jan 2022
Code Editor functionality in a website
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Im facing an issue anybody that knows how i can go about it?
1 project | reddit.com/r/VisualStudio | 21 Jan 2022
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Made an app that aims to be a Swiss Army knife for developers. Sharing some screenshots here.
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Top 10 IDEs for React.js Developers in 2021
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How to Make Your Own NFT
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