A lightweight text editor written in Lua
Lately I've been studying lite editor which is mostly Lua code. It's quite easy to read the code and follow along.
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A text editor in less than 1000 LOC with syntax highlight and search.
You could start by looking at something super simple like Kilo:
Even I could understand this one pretty well and that's no small matter.
The headless editor framework for web artisans.
They have a well architected model, including plugins to extend functionality, see https://tiptap.dev/ which is built ontop of Prosemirror
bonus: The author talks about collaborative editing here: https://marijnhaverbeke.nl/blog/collaborative-editing.html
The eternal text editor — Didactic Ersatz Emacs to show immutable data-structures and the single-atom architecture
Ewig is an interesting implementation using immutable data structures. https://github.com/arximboldi/ewig Very proof of concept, tries to be a little vi like. Might be worth checking out.
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