Play with the editor @ https://blocknote-main.vercel.app/.
(Source in examples/editor)
Example code (React)
@blocknote/react comes with a fully styled UI that makes it an instant, polished editor ready to use in your app.
If you prefer to create your own UI components (menus), or don’t want to use React, you can use
@blocknote/core (advanced, see
examples/vanilla for a demo).
BlockNote comes with a number of features and components to make it easy to embed a high-quality block-based editor in your app:
Drag and drop blocks:
Nesting / indentation with tab and shift+tab:
Slash (/) menu:
├── packages/core - The core of the editor
├── packages/react - The main library for use in React apps
├── examples/editor - Example React app that embeds the editor
├── examples/vanilla - An advanced example if you don't want to use React or want to build your own UI components
└── tests - Playwright end to end tests
An introduction into the BlockNote Prosemirror schema can be found in packages/core/ARCHITECTURE.md.
To run the project, open the command line in the project’s root directory and enter the following commands:
# Install all required npm modules for lerna, and bootstrap lerna packages
npm run bootstrap
# Start the example project
- Add the dependency to the relevant
npm run install-new-packages
- Double check
package-lock.jsonto make sure only the relevant packages have been affected
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