editorjs-html
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editorjs-html

A utility to parse editorjs clean data to HTML.

  • Use it with plain Javascript/Typescript, React, Angular, Vue or any templating engine/framework of your choice.
  • Fast, Efficient and Lightweight.
  • Fully customizable to the core.
  • Supports basic editorjs blocks which are customizable as well.
  • Extendable for any new or custom editorjs blocks.

[Note] As of recent release, editorjs v2.10 a read-only mode available. You can use the same to display your editorjs data. However, someone looking for something lightweight with customizability and more granular control are free to use this library.

Installation

Host on Your Own

NPM

npm install editorjs-html

CDN

Usage

Browser

  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();

  let html = edjsParser.parse(editorjs_clean_data);

  console.log(html);

Nodejs

  const edjsHTML = require("editorjs-html");
  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();
  const html = edjsParser.parse(editorjs_clean_data);

  console.log(html);

Updates

See Releases

Docs

Supported Block Types

  • Header (H1-H6)
  • Lists (Ordered & Unordered)
  • Nested Lists
  • Image
  • Delimiter
  • Paragraph
  • Quote
  • Code
  • Embed

Parse Entire EditorJS Data Object

  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();
  const HTML = edjsParser.parse(editorjs_data);
  // returns array of html strings per block
  console.log(HTML);

Parse Entire EditorJS Data Object (Strict Mode)

  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();
  const HTML = edjsParser.parseStrict(editorjs_data);
  // returns an error
  if(HTML instanceof Error) throw HTML;

  // in case of success, returns an array of strings
  console.log(HTML);

Parse Single Clean Data Block

  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();
  const blockHTML = edjsParser.parseBlock(editorjs_data_block);
  // returns string of html for this block
  console.log(blockHTML);

Get the list of missing parser functions

  const edjsParser = edjsHTML();
  // returns the list of missing parser functions
  const blockHTML = edjsParser.validate(editorjs_data);
  console.log(blockHTML);

Extend For Custom Blocks

editorjs-html supports extending its functionality to render custom editorjs blocks. Moroever, You can even override these basic supported blocks.

  • The edjsHTML() accepts an optional object that would allow you to extend its functionality.

  • The name of the function must match with editor-js custom block type.

  // Your custom editorjs generated block
  {
    type: "custom",
    data: {
      text: "Hello World"
    }
 }
  // Parse this block in editorjs-html
  function customParser(block){
    return `<custom-tag> ${block.data.text} </custom-tag>`;
  }

  const edjsParser =  edjsHTML({custom: customParser});

[Update] From v2.0.0 onwards, the parser functions recieves full block instead of just data property of the block. Read releases for more information.

Contribution

Create an issue or send a PR for any contributions you would like to make.

I am thankful for everyone who has contributed their own bits to the repository. Even though the library is small and the scope for writing new or lots of features is limited. I still grateful to see a lots of contributions coming in.

Suggestions & Recommendations

I would love to have your feedback and any suggestions. You can also let me know, if you need support for any more editorjs blocks.

Support

If you find this helpful, consider giving this repository a Star. You can also buy me a coffee here

License

MIT Public License

Author

@pavittarx

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