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React wrapper for lightweight WYSIWYG editor Trumbowyg

React wrapper for lightweight WYSIWYG editor Trumbowyg

React-Trumbowyg

React wrapper for trumbowyg.

If you love library, please star it and upvote it on awesome-react-components.

demo

Live Demo

https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/

How do I add this to my project?

Install react-trumbowyg via npm:

> npm i react-trumbowyg --save

or build from source:

> npm install && npm build

Dependencies

React-Trumbowyg depends on Trymbowyg only.

Starter Guide

Trumbowyg requires some setup procedures before you can use it.

First of all, you need to install jQuery

> npm i jquery --save

If you are using webpack or another build system you need to expose jQuery to window as global variable.

Webpack example:

new webpack.ProvidePlugin({
    $: "jquery",
    jQuery: "jquery"
}) 

Secondly, you need to add Trymbowyg styles

import 'react-trumbowyg/dist/trumbowyg.min.css'

Finally, import React-Trymbowyg component

import Trumbowyg from 'react-trumbowyg'

<Trumbowyg id='react-trumbowyg'/>

That's it!

Examples

Available Properties and Event Handlers

React-Trumbowyg expose all properties of Trumbowyg, and adds self as well

Trumbowyg properties

Trumbowyg Prop Default Type
id String
data String
placeholder String
buttons Array<String>
semantic true Bool
resetCss false Bool
removeformatPasted false Bool
autogrow false Bool
disabled false Bool

Self properties

  • shouldUseSvgIcons:boolean - if true, displays SVG icons, else show only text. (Default: true)
  • svgIconsPath:string - path to SVG icons file. SVG file will be loaded with AJAX request. (Default: '')
  • shouldInjectSvgIcons: boolean - React-Trumbowyg can inject SVG icons to body, so you can avoid loading it. If this prop is false, you should specify the path to your own svg icons in svgIconsPath prop. (Default: true)

Event handlers

  • onFocus - Event handler when the focus is on editor
  • onBlur - Blur on editor
  • onInit - Editor is initialized
  • onChange - Change in editor
  • onResize - Resize the editor on autogrow
  • onPaste - Paste something in the editor
  • onOpenFullScreen - Switch to fullscreen mode
  • onCloseFullScreen - Leave editor's fullscreen mode
  • onClose - Close the editor

Plugins

Thanks @ashleydb, for such a nice example:

It does work today. It may not look pretty, but it works. For example, I needed to add the tables plugin:


import React from 'react';

import Trumbowyg from 'react-trumbowyg';
// ADD THIS LINE. ADJUST THE BEGINNING OF THE PATH AS NEEDED FOR YOUR PROJECT
import '../../node_modules/trumbowyg/dist/plugins/table/trumbowyg.table';

export default class MyComponent extends React.Component {
    constructor(props) {
        super(props);
    }
    render() {
        return (
            <div>
                    <Trumbowyg id='react-trumbowyg'
                        buttons={
                            [
                                ['viewHTML'],
                                ['formatting'],
                                'btnGrp-semantic',
                                ['link'],
                                ['insertImage'],
                                'btnGrp-justify',
                                'btnGrp-lists',
                                ['table'], // I ADDED THIS FOR THE TABLE PLUGIN BUTTON
                                ['fullscreen']
                            ]
                        }
                        data={this.props.someData}
                        placeholder='Type your text!'
                        onChange={this.props.someCallback}
                        ref="trumbowyg"
                    />
            </div>
        );
    }
}

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