Create a modern blogging application with Next.js and Editor.js

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  • next-editor-js-example

    Demo project for integrating next.js with react-editor-js

    You can see an example for this in this Github repo. If you want a more complete example, I also recently created a full-fledged blogging application with Node.js and MongoDB for backend and Next.js, Editor.js, and Material UI for frontend. You can check out the repo for that here.

  • blog-app--webapp

    Web app for a blogging application made with Next.js, Editor.js and Material UI

    You can see an example for this in this Github repo. If you want a more complete example, I also recently created a full-fledged blogging application with Node.js and MongoDB for backend and Next.js, Editor.js, and Material UI for frontend. You can check out the repo for that here.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • Next.js

    The React Framework

    If you are within the React ecosystem, I am sure you have heard of Next.js (a production-ready framework for react), and on the other hand, Editor.js is a modern block-styled editor that has some exciting features.

  • Editor.js

    A block-styled editor with clean JSON output

    If you are within the React ecosystem, I am sure you have heard of Next.js (a production-ready framework for react), and on the other hand, Editor.js is a modern block-styled editor that has some exciting features.

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