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draft-js-plugins
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Description

React Plugin Architecture for Draft.js including Slack-Like Emojis, FB-Like Mentions and Stickers

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DraftJS Plugins

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High quality plugins with great UX on top of DraftJS.

Build Status

Available Plugins (incl. Docs)

Built by the community

Live Example & Documentation

Checkout the website!

Usage

First, install the editor with

npm
:
$ npm install @draft-js-plugins/editor --save

Then import the editor somewhere in your code and you're ready to go!

import Editor from '@draft-js-plugins/editor';

Documentation

@draft-js-plugins/editor

Editor

An editor component accepting plugins. see source

| Props | Description | Required | | --------------------------------------------------------------- | :------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------: | -------: | | editorState | see here | * | | onChange | see here | * | | plugins | an array of plugins | | | decorators | an array of custom decorators | | | defaultKeyBindings | bool | | | defaultBlockRenderMap | bool | | | all other props accepted by the DraftJS Editor except decorator | see here | |

Usage:

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import Editor from '@draft-js-plugins/editor';
import createHashtagPlugin from '@draft-js-plugins/hashtag';
import createLinkifyPlugin from '@draft-js-plugins/linkify';
import { EditorState } from 'draft-js';

const hashtagPlugin = createHashtagPlugin(); const linkifyPlugin = createLinkifyPlugin();

const plugins = [linkifyPlugin, hashtagPlugin];

export default class UnicornEditor extends Component { state = { editorState: EditorState.createEmpty(), };

onChange = editorState => { this.setState({ editorState, }); };

render() { return ( ); } }

How to write a Plugin

Feel free to copy any of the existing plugins as a starting point.In this repository you can also find a Guide on how to create a plugin, including a description of the supported features. In addition you can contact @nikgraf directly in case you need help or simply open a Github Issue!

Discussion and Support

Join the channel #draft-js-plugins after signing into the DraftJS Slack organization or check out our collection of frequently asked questions here: FAQ.

Development

Check out our Contribution Guide.

Learn about why Draft.js and how to use DraftJS Plugins

In this talk Nik Graf explained the ContentState structure of a Draft.js Editor as well as explained how to use plugins.

License

MIT

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