Editor.js

A block-styled editor with clean JSON output

5.0/5
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Three years under development, 24 repos, 500 merged PRs. Editor.js is here.
A block-styled editor for rich media stories. It outputs clean data in JSON instead of heavy HTML markup. Designed to be API extendable and pluggable.
Free and open-source 🤩
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30 Reviews5.0/5
Uros DurdevicProduct Designer at CheMondis

A bunch of amazing guys showing off their amazing work. Thanks for sharing.

Pros:

Easy to use, straightforward!

Cons:

None for now

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Peter Savchenko
Maker
CodeX founder, KMTT
Apprecieted this, thanks.
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It’s my new favorite editor from now on

Pros:

Just take my money 💴 .... oh wait it’s free....Hehe Really easy to use. You guys have done an amazing job 😉

Cons:

None

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Murod Haydarov
Maker
Web Developer
Shahzod, rahmat bo bie )
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Ricardo AlaminoFront-end Developer

Need some real examples of usage.

Pros:

Amazing...

Cons:

I really don't know where to start using...

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Peter Savchenko
Maker
CodeX founder, KMTT
Thank you. Check out our Getting Started guide: https://editorjs.io/getting-started Also you can clone repo and take a look at the example.html: https://github.com/codex-team/ed...
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The new Editor.js has completely rewritten with clear and flexible API, has many useful plugins out the box and the good main concept of blocks (useful for rendering content on different devices, eg web, mobile apps. Also it's possible to easily change markup)

Pros:

- Block-based - Beautiful UI out the box - Open sourced, good community.

Cons:

- For now, I can't find any cons of using it.

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Andrey PoppSoftware Engineer

Would be interesting to see the comparison to other products like ProseMirror.

Pros:

Looks great! I've been interested in structured editing for a long time. Good to see great products are hitting the market!

Cons:

Didn't try it yet so don't know!

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