Best rich text editors

The rich text editor is very useful to show various data in various formats. Like Image, source code, text alignment, heading, list, text formatting, etc. So for the descriptive content, a rich text editor is much more suitable than a general HTML text area.


Here are some best rich text editors for your website

1. Jodit

Jodit is an open-source WYSIWYG editor, written in typescript, with no additional library. It provides all essential features like source code view, image and video upload, table, content alignment, and so on. It has clean documentation and a user guide for integration and creating custom modules. If you need much text editing variation and control you can use it. It can easily integrate with HTML or javascript based libraries and frameworks like ReactJS, Angular.

Price: Free

Website: https://xdsoft.net/jodit/


2. Sun Editor

SunEditor is another rich rich-text editor, provides all essential features. It has different variations and styles. It is very well documented. It also provides information that how you create your own custom plugins easily. It gives the opportunity to load useful components so you can easily avoid loading all features. Can easily be integrated with javascript based libraries and frameworks as well as HTML Textarea

Price: Free

Website: http://suneditor.com/sample/index.html


3. QuillJS

Another free and powerful rich text editor. Very easy to integrate, configure and customize. It is fast and lightweight. You can use it in your small, mid level and large project. Start simple with the Quill core then easily customize or add your own extensions later if your product needs to grow. This website the devunlock.com uses the QuillJS editor.

Price: Free

Website: https://quilljs.com/


4.TinyMCE

One of the popular and widely used rich text editors. It provides all features for a rich text editor. It is very easy to define the toolbar here. Supports different platforms like ReactJS, VueJS, Angular as well as plain HTML Textarea.

Price: Free

Website: https://www.tiny.cloud/


5. Summernote

Super simple WYSIWYG rich text editor especially for bootstrap. Integration is super easy as well as customization. Has clear documentation for usage and upgrade and develop plugins. One of its good points is including the i18n language library. It has clear documentation to integrate with different platforms like Django, Ruby On Rails, AngularJS, Apache Wicket, Webpack, Meteor, PHP.

Price: Free

Website: https://summernote.org/


6. CKEditor

Modern JavaScript rich text editor with a modular architecture. Its clean UI and features provide the perfect WYSIWYG UX ❤️ for creating semantic content. It is written in ES6 with MVC architecture. It is also one of the widely used rich text editors. It has both free and premium versions. Also, it has so many premium plugins for great features.

Price: Free | Premium

Website: https://ckeditor.com/


7. Slate

A clean rich text editor for minimal options and small projects. It is nice to use where general text control is used. It is considered a much better option than a normal HTML Textarea.

Price: Free

Website: https://www.slatejs.org/examples/richtext


8. Trix

Another rich text editor for daily writing and minimal option. You can use it to compose beautifully formatted text on the website. Better to use Trix than normal HTML Textarea.

Price: Free

Website: https://trix-editor.org/


9. Trumbowyg

Finally another lightweight and minimal rich text editor for the websites. Similar to slate and Trix. Semantic and customizable.

Price: Free

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

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