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NgxTiptap

Angular bindings for tiptap v2

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Installation

npm i ngx-tiptap

# or

yarn add ngx-tiptap

[!NOTE] This package just provides the bindings for angular. For configuring/customizing the editor, refer tiptap's official documentation.

For any issues with the editor. You may need to open the issue on tiptap's repository

Usage

Import the module

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { FormsModule } from '@angular/forms';
import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';

import { NgxTiptapModule } from 'ngx-tiptap';

import { AppComponent } from './app.component';

@NgModule({
  declarations: [AppComponent],
  imports: [BrowserModule, FormsModule, NgxTiptapModule],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent],
})
export class AppModule {}

Create an instance of the editor

import { Component, OnDestroy } from '@angular/core';
import { Editor } from '@tiptap/core';
import StarterKit from '@tiptap/starter-kit';

@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  template: './app.component.html',
})
export class AppComponent implements OnDestroy {
  editor = new Editor({
    extensions: [StarterKit],
  });

  value = '<p>Hello, Tiptap!</p>'; // can be HTML or JSON, see https://www.tiptap.dev/api/editor#content

  ngOnDestroy(): void {
    this.editor.destroy();
  }
}

and in HTML

<tiptap-editor [editor]="editor" [(ngModel)]="value"></tiptap-editor>

[!NOTE] No styling is provided by default. You are in full control of how your editor looks. Refer tiptaps's styling guide for more information.

[!TIP] Since the editor is dynamically created, You may need to set ViewEncapsulation to None or target the class/element via ::ng-deep to apply the styles. See Component Styles docs for more info.

Options

  • outputFormat [json or html] - defaults to html.

You can get the json or html format from the editor directly as well.

Refer https://www.tiptap.dev/guide/output#export

Extensions

Refer: https://www.tiptap.dev/api/extensions

Floating Menu

This will make a contextual menu appear near a selection of text.

The markup and styling are totally up to you.

<tiptap-editor [editor]="editor"></tiptap-editor>
<tiptap-floating-menu [editor]="editor">
  <!-- Anything that should be rendered inside floating menu -->
</tiptap-floating-menu>

Refer: https://www.tiptap.dev/api/extensions/floating-menu

Bubble Menu

This will make a contextual menu appear near a selection of text. Use it to let users apply marks to their text selection.

The markup and styling are totally up to you.

<tiptap-editor [editor]="editor"></tiptap-editor>
<tiptap-bubble-menu [editor]="editor">
  <!-- Anything that should be rendered inside bubble menu -->
</tiptap-bubble-menu>

Refer: https://www.tiptap.dev/api/extensions/bubble-menu

AngularNodeViewRenderer

This enables rendering Angular Components as NodeViews.

Create a Node Extension

import { Injector } from '@angular/core';
import { Node, mergeAttributes } from '@tiptap/core';
import { AngularNodeViewRenderer } from 'ngx-tiptap';

import { NodeviewCounterComponent } from './nodeview-counter/nodeview-counter.component';

const CounterComponentExtension = (injector: Injector): Node => {
  return Node.create({
    // ...other configuration hidden for brevity
    parseHTML() {
      return [{ tag: 'angular-component-counter' }];
    },
    renderHTML({ HTMLAttributes }) {
      return ['angular-component-counter', mergeAttributes(HTMLAttributes)];
    },
    addNodeView() {
      return AngularNodeViewRenderer(NodeviewCounterComponent, { injector });
    },
  });
};

export default CounterComponentExtension;

Refer: https://tiptap.dev/guide/custom-extensions

Create a Component

import { Component } from '@angular/core';
import { AngularNodeViewComponent } from 'ngx-tiptap';

@Component({
  selector: 'app-nodeview-counter',
})
export class NodeviewCounterComponent extends AngularNodeViewComponent {
  increment(): void {
    this.updateAttributes({
      count: this.node.attrs.count + 1,
    });
  }
}

Use the extension

import { Component, Injector, OnInit, OnDestroy } from '@angular/core';
import { Editor } from '@tiptap/core';
import StarterKit from '@tiptap/starter-kit';

import CounterComponentExtension from './CounterComponentExtension';

@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  template: './app.component.html',
})
export class AppComponent implements OnInit, OnDestroy {
  editor: Editor;

  constructor(private injector: Injector) {}

  ngOnInit(): void {
    this.editor = new Editor({
      content: `
        <p>This is still the text editor you’re used to, but enriched with node views.</p>
        <angular-component-counter count="0"></angular-component-counter>
      `,
      extensions: [StarterKit, CounterComponentExtension(this.injector)],
      editorProps: {
        attributes: {
          class: 'p-2 border-black focus:border-blue-700 border-2 rounded-md outline-none',
        },
      },
    });
  }

  ngOnDestroy(): void {
    this.editor.destroy();
  }
}

Access/Update Attributes

Refer https://www.tiptap.dev/guide/node-views/react/#all-available-props for the list of all available attributes. You can access them by extending the AngularNodeViewComponent

import { AngularNodeViewComponent } from 'ngx-tiptap';

export class NodeviewCounterComponent extends AngularNodeViewComponent {
  increment(): void {
    this.updateAttributes({
      count: this.node.attrs.count + 1,
    });
  }
}

Adding a content editable

There is another directive called tiptapNodeViewContent which helps you adding editable content to your node view. Here is an example.

<!-- editable.component.html -->
<div class="angular-component-with-content">
  <p tiptapNodeViewContent></p>
</div>

Refer: https://www.tiptap.dev/guide/node-views/react/#adding-a-content-editable

Dragging

To make your node views draggable, set draggable: true in the extension and add tiptapDraggable directive to the DOM element inside the component that should function as the drag handle.

AngularRenderer

You can also manually render the angular components using AngularRenderer.

import { AngularRenderer } from 'ngx-tiptap';

const renderer = new AngularRenderer(Component, injector, props);

renderer.instance; // get the instance of the component, can be used to update `@Input` properties
renderer.dom; // get the HTMLElement for the component
renderer.destroy(); // destroy the component and its instance

Contributing

All types of contributions are welcome. See CONTRIBUTING.md to get started.

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