A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.Project mention: Improving Render Performance in React | dev.to | 2022-11-21
In the following example, we have a user profile component that renders a list of the user's skills. Each skill has a name and a description. The description is served as markdown and we need to parse it to HTML before we render it. We can do this with a markdown parser (marked, in this case) and use dangerouslySetInnerHTML to inject the HTML into a
So you're going to need a Markdown parser that produces HTML. But there's a question of where is the data coming from and where you you want to process it? If it's going to be all on the frontend like a text editor, use a JS library for it (a quick google search produces ShowdownJS)
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The open source embeddable online markdown editor (component).Project mention: Integrating Django Admin with Markdown Editor | dev.to | 2022-09-15
Django-mdeditor is Markdown Editor plugin application for django base on Editor.md.
Markdown component for ReactProject mention: Storing & Rendering Blogs: no markdown-parser | dev.to | 2022-11-05
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.
Markdown parser, done right. Commonmark support, extensions, syntax plugins, high speed - all in one. Gulp and metalsmith plugins available. Used by Facebook, Docusaurus and many others! Use https://github.com/breakdance/breakdance for HTML-to-markdown conversion. Use https://github.com/jonschlinkert/markdown-toc to generate a table of contents.
the smallest commonmark (optionally gfm) compliant markdown parser that exists; new foundation for @unifiedjs (hundreds of projects w/ billions of downloads for dealing w/ content)Project mention: I'm a little confused on how to handle blog posts and blog post snippets | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2023-01-17
You mean when fetching the data on the client, you don't want it to come along with the styling? Is it in a tag?
I just want to wrap my head around the problem more properly, and what you're trying to solve
Also, if the blog post data was created with styling in the first place then what's the purpose for removing the styling? The only reason I can imagine is that the same blog post data would be used for two different purposes, one needing the styled version while the other would need the unstyled version. Otherwise, if the data is only ever going to be used without styles, I would just make sure they're added without styles in the first
Also, if you want to store markdown instead of html in the database, you can parse it into HTML on the client using a library like micromark (https://github.com/micromark/micromark) or similar
remark plugin to support GFM (autolink literals, footnotes, strikethrough, tables, tasklists)Project mention: Gatsby 5 + MDX2: support for tables? | reddit.com/r/gatsbyjs | 2023-01-09
It seems that in the MDX2 (which is default in G5) direct support for some advanced formatting like tables was removed. Now it's done by remark-gfm [ https://github.com/remarkjs/remark-gfm ].
Generate a markdown (GFM) tableProject mention: snoowrap/snoostorm with nodejs | reddit.com/r/redditdev | 2022-08-05
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