This is an Angular 4 directive for the Medium.com inline editor clone by Davi Ferreira.
Install with Npm:
$ npm install --save angular-medium-editor
If all goes well, the angular-medium-editor package should import medium-editor from your node_modules.
Finally, import the directive into your project:
And add the directive to your Declarations:
Use as an element:
You can optionally pass a placeholder value:
For more information on which options you can pass with [editorOptions], check MediumEditor's options documentation for details.
This Angular 4 version was created by '''@codiak''' and '''@ferdiemmen''' based on initial work by @thijsw for the AngularJS 1.x version. A big thanks to them!
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