A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.
Another contestant in this realm is Bright. It runs entirely on the server and doesn't increase bundle size as seen here. Regarding parsing speed tree-sitter is without a doubt performant since it is written in Rust, but I don't have any problems "parsing on every keystroke" with a setup containing Marked, highlight.js and a sanitizer. I did however experience performance issues with other Markdown parser libraries than Marked.
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Never heard of Astro until today. I was looking for something better than Hugo and ended up using Nuxt content. How is this better than nuxt content :D ?
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Rehype plugin to highlight code with Starry Night
Shameless plug for the Rehype plugin  I wrote based on Starry Night . If you're interested in syntax highlighting like GitHub or customize it with CSS properties (for example, to support multiple themes), this is one solution.
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