A text editor using Vue.js and Quill

Overview

Vue2Editor

An easy-to-use but yet powerful and customizable rich text editor powered by Quill.js and Vue.js

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📖 Release Notes

Install

You can use Yarn or NPM

npm install vue2-editor

OR

yarn add vue2-editor

Usage

// Basic Use - Covers most scenarios
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

// Advanced Use - Hook into Quill's API for Custom Functionality
import { VueEditor, Quill } from "vue2-editor";

Props

Name Type Default Description
customModules Array - Declare Quill modules to register
disabled Boolean false Set to true to disable editor
editorOptions Object - Offers object for merging into default config (add formats, custom Quill modules, ect)
editorToolbar Array ** Too long for table. See toolbar example below Use a custom toolbar
id String quill-container Set the id (necessary if multiple editors in the same view)
placeholder String - Placeholder text for the editor
useCustomImageHandler Boolean false Handle image uploading instead of using default conversion to Base64
v-model String - Set v-model to the the content or data property you wish to bind it to

Events

Name Parameters Description
blur quill Emitted on blur event
focus quill Emitted on focus event
image-added file, Editor, cursorLocation Emitted when useCustomImageHandler is true and photo is being added to the editor
image-removed file, Editor, cursorLocation Emitted when useCustomImageHandler is true and photo has been deleted
selection-change range, oldRange, source Emitted on Quill's selection-change event
text-change delta, oldDelta, source Emitted on Quill's text-change event

Examples

Example - Basic Setup

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor v-model="content"></vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      content: "<h1>Some initial content</h1>"
    };
  }
};
</script>

Example - Custom Image Handler

If you choose to use the custom image handler, an event is emitted when a a photo is selected. You can see below that 3 parameters are passed.

  1. It passes the file to be handled however you need
  2. The Editor instance
  3. The cursor position at the time of upload so the image can be inserted at the correct position on success

NOTE In addition to this example, I have created a example repo demonstrating this new feature with an actual server.

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor id="editor" useCustomImageHandler @image-added="handleImageAdded" v-model="htmlForEditor"> </vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";
import axios from "axios";
export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      htmlForEditor: ""
    };
  },

  methods: {
    handleImageAdded: function(file, Editor, cursorLocation, resetUploader) {
      // An example of using FormData
      // NOTE: Your key could be different such as:
      // formData.append('file', file)

      var formData = new FormData();
      formData.append("image", file);

      axios({
        url: "https://fakeapi.yoursite.com/images",
        method: "POST",
        data: formData
      })
        .then(result => {
          let url = result.data.url; // Get url from response
          Editor.insertEmbed(cursorLocation, "image", url);
          resetUploader();
        })
        .catch(err => {
          console.log(err);
        });
    }
  }
};
</script>

Example - Set Contents After Page Load

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <button @click="setEditorContent">Set Editor Contents</button>
    <vue-editor v-model="htmlForEditor"></vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      htmlForEditor: null
    };
  },

  methods: {
    setEditorContent: function() {
      this.htmlForEditor = "<h1>Html For Editor</h1>";
    }
  }
};
</script>

Example - Using Multiple Editors

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor id="editor1" v-model="editor1Content"></vue-editor>
    <vue-editor id="editor2" v-model="editor2Content"></vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      editor1Content: "<h1>Editor 1 Starting Content</h1>",
      editor2Content: "<h1>Editor 2 Starting Content</h1>"
    };
  }
};
</script>

<style>
#editor1,
#editor2 {
  height: 350px;
}
</style>

Example - Custom Toolbar

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor v-model="content" :editorToolbar="customToolbar"></vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      content: "<h1>Html For Editor</h1>",
      customToolbar: [["bold", "italic", "underline"], [{ list: "ordered" }, { list: "bullet" }], ["image", "code-block"]]
    };
  }
};
</script>

Example - Saving The Content

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <button @click="saveContent"></button>
    <vue-editor v-model="content"></vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },

  data() {
    return {
      content: "<h3>Initial Content</h3>"
    };
  },

  methods: {
    handleSavingContent: function() {
      // You have the content to save
      console.log(this.content);
    }
  }
};
</script>

Example - Use a Live Preview

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor v-model="content"></vue-editor>
    <div v-html="content"></div>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from 'vue2-editor'

components: {
  VueEditor
},

export default {
  data() {
    return {
      content: '<h1>Initial Content</h1>'
    }
  }
}
</script>

How To Use Custom Quill Modules

There are two ways of using custom modules with Vue2Editor. This is partly because there have been cases in which errors are thrown when importing and attempting to declare custom modules, and partly because I believe it actually separates the concerns nicely.

Version 1 - Import and Register Yourself

Vue2Editor now exports Quill to assist in this process.

  1. When importing VueEditor, also import Quill.
  2. Import your custom modules
  3. Register the custom modules with Quill
  4. Add the necessary configuration to the editorOptions object
<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor
      :editorOptions="editorSettings"
      v-model="content">
  </div>
</template>

<script>
  import { VueEditor, Quill } from 'vue2-editor'
  import { ImageDrop } from 'quill-image-drop-module'
  import ImageResize from 'quill-image-resize-module'

  Quill.register('modules/imageDrop', ImageDrop)
  Quill.register('modules/imageResize', ImageResize)

  export default {
    components: {
      VueEditor
    },
    data() {
      return {
        content: '<h1>Initial Content</h1>',
        editorSettings: {
          modules: {
            imageDrop: true,
            imageResize: {}
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
</script>

Version 2 - You Import | Vue2Editor Registers

(Recommended way)

  1. Import your custom modules
  2. Use the customModules prop to declare an array of module(s).
  3. Add the necessary configuration for those modules in the editorOptions object under modules as seen below
<template>
  <div id="app">
    <vue-editor :customModules="customModulesForEditor" :editorOptions="editorSettings" v-model="content"> </vue-editor>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { VueEditor } from "vue2-editor";
import { ImageDrop } from "quill-image-drop-module";
import ImageResize from "quill-image-resize-module";

export default {
  components: {
    VueEditor
  },
  data() {
    return {
      content: "<h1>Initial Content</h1>",
      customModulesForEditor: [{ alias: "imageDrop", module: ImageDrop }, { alias: "imageResize", module: ImageResize }],
      editorSettings: {
        modules: {
          imageDrop: true,
          imageResize: {}
        }
      }
    };
  }
};
</script>

Development

Vue2Editor now uses Poi for development

  • yarn dev: Run example in development mode
  • yarn docs: Development for Docs
  • yarn build: Build component in both format
  • yarn lint: Run eslint

License

MIT

Comments
  • Error while adding Quill Emojis to editor

    Error while adding Quill Emojis to editor

    I tried to add Quill Emojis to editor but I am getting console error as Uncaught ReferenceError: Quill is not defined This is I have tried so far:

    <template>
        <div id="app">
            <vue-editor v-model="content"></vue-editor>
        </div>
    </template>
    
    <script>
        import { VueEditor, Quill } from 'vue2-editor';
        import Emoji from 'quill-emoji/dist/quill-emoji';
        Quill.register('modules/quill-emoji', Emoji);
    
    
        export default {
            name: 'vue2editor',
            components: { VueEditor },
            data() {
                return {
                    content: "<h1>Some initial content</h1>",
                    editorSettings: {
                        modules: {
                            toolbar: {
                                container: [
                                    [{'size': ['small', false, 'large']}],
                                    ['bold', 'italic', 'underline', 'strike'],
                                    ['blockquote', 'code-block'],
                                    [{ 'header': 1 }, { 'header': 2 }],
                                    [{ 'list': 'ordered' }, { 'list': 'bullet' }],
                                    [{ 'script': 'sub' }, { 'script': 'super' }],
                                    [{ 'indent': '-1' }, { 'indent': '+1' }],
                                    [{ 'direction': 'rtl' }],
                                    [{ 'header': [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, false] }],
                                    [{ 'color': [] }, { 'background': [] }],
                                    [{ 'font': [] }],
                                    [{ 'align': [] }],
                                    ['clean'],
                                    ['link', 'image', 'video'],
                                    ['emoji'],
                                ],
                                handlers: {
                                    'emoji': function () {}
                                },
                            },
                            toolbar_emoji: true,
                            short_name_emoji: true,
                            textarea_emoji:true,
                        },
                    },
                    text: null,
                };
            },
        };
    </script>
    
    Stale 
    opened by dineshsuthar92 15
  • Production Build is breaking Vue2-editor

    Production Build is breaking Vue2-editor

    First off this is fantastic! Thank you for your contribution!

    In dev (local machine) this is working great. However when I push this into production I am getting errors. I have traced it back to the (FYI im using the default VUE webpack configuration) webpack.optimize.UglifyJsPlugin that is used to build the production code.

    If I comment out:

        new webpack.optimize.UglifyJsPlugin({
          compress: {
            warnings: false
          },
          sourceMap: true
        }),
    

    All is right with the world but there is a significant performance hit.

    The following are the errors that present themselves:

    TypeError: e.isBuffer is not a function
        at d (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at n (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at t.value (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at new t (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at new t (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at a.setQuillElement (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at a.initializeVue2Editor (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at a.mounted (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at Dt (vue.esm.js:2921)
        at Object.insert (vue.esm.js:4158)
    

    AND

    vue.esm.js:1741 TypeError: Cannot read property 'innerHTML' of null
        at a.value (vue2-editor.js:1)
        at wa.run (vue.esm.js:3233)
        at Rt (vue.esm.js:2981)
        at Array.<anonymous> (vue.esm.js:1837)
        at at (vue.esm.js:1758)
    

    It is probably worth noting that it attaches to the text area, but any default data from v-model is not persisted into the textarea.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    opened by twickstrom 13
  • quill Overwriting modules/markdownShortcuts with ƒ t(e,n){var o=this;r(this,t),this.quill=e,this.options=n,this.matches=[{name:

    quill Overwriting modules/markdownShortcuts with ƒ t(e,n){var o=this;r(this,t),this.quill=e,this.options=n,this.matches=[{name:"header",pattern:/^(#){1,6}\s/g,action:function(t,e){switch(t.trim()){case"#":o.quill.formatLine(e.index,0,"header",1);brea…

    A warn display in console when from a router to another router which contain editor..

    quill Overwriting modules/markdownShortcuts with ƒ t(e,n){var o=this;r(this,t),this.quill=e,this.options=n,this.matches=[{name:"header",pattern:/^(#){1,6}\s/g,action:function(t,e){switch(t.trim()){case"#":o.quill.formatLine(e.index,0,"header",1);brea…vue2-editor.js?391e:1 -- | -- | --   | value | @ | vue2-editor.js?391e:1   | registerBuiltInModules | @ | vue2-editor.js?391e:1   | prepareModules | @ | vue2-editor.js?391e:1   | initializeVue2Editor | @ | vue2-editor.js?391e:1   | mounted | @ | vue2-editor.js?391e:1   | callHook | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:2923   | insert | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:4143   | invokeInsertHook | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:5954   | patch | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:6173   | Vue._update | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:2672   | updateComponent | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:2790   | get | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:3144   | run | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:3221   | flushSchedulerQueue | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:2983   | (anonymous) | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:1839   | flushCallbacks | @ | vue.esm.js?06e7:1760

    This happened when router switched only, nothing will report if refresh this page.

    opened by chiaweilee 12
  • SSR Support

    SSR Support

    Hey,

    I appreciate your efforts put forth for this awesome library. I'm using Vue SSR for my project and would like to use vue2-editor. Right now, I'm facing an error: Failed to resolve async component default: ReferenceError: document is not defined

    I've tried multiple workarounds but no luck so far. Can you please extend the library to support SSR?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards

    Stale 
    opened by creativenoobie 11
  • window.Quill undefined when use ImageResize module

    window.Quill undefined when use ImageResize module

    When i try to use ImageResize module, (with any variants https://davidroyer.github.io/vue2-editor/#/?id=how-to-use-custom-quill-modules 1,2) I get error window.Quill undefined There are no problems if use only ImageDrop module Vue ^2.5.13 "vue2-editor": "^2.4.3"

    Stale 
    opened by Insolita 11
  • How to customize toolbar handlers ?

    How to customize toolbar handlers ?

    Can I set handlers like this via the option editorToolbar ?

    I want to add a custom module and bind to toolbar button, but this option expects the type Array, so got warning.

    image

    Stale 
    opened by tanakaworld 11
  • It can not add tag <div> to content

    It can not add tag

    My code is show as follow: selection_012 If content is '<h1>Some initial content</h1>', editor can show 'Some initial content' correctly, but when content is '<div>Some initial content</div>', editor throw a error "Cannot read property 'emit' of undefined" selection_011

    bug 
    opened by Aoqidx 11
  • Please confirm will Quill module work on NuxtJs

    Please confirm will Quill module work on NuxtJs

    Hi @davidroyer,

    I am struggling to run this on my Nuxt app. It's a sandbox example you have provided.

    https://codesandbox.io/s/vue2editor-imagehandlers-49twn

    It's been almost 20 days I am behind this, but I am struggling big time. Now I am not sure what should be my next step.

    your one line advise like what to do or no you cannot use this also will help me to look for alternatives.

    Thanks

    Error as below: ReferenceError document is not defined

    Capture

    Stale 
    opened by rajesh-h 10
  • v-on:imageAdded is not called when an image is pasted into the editor

    v-on:imageAdded is not called when an image is pasted into the editor

    If I use the image selector, the 'imageAdded' event is called. When I paste into the editor (using chrome), the image is inserted as a base64 image. Any way to intercept the event?

    Stale 
    opened by Aelbannan 10
  • Blur event does not trigger on  button Click

    Blur event does not trigger on button Click

    <vue-editor :value="value" useCustomImageHandler @image-added="handleImageAdded" :editorOptions="editorSettings" @blur="onEditorBlur" :editor-toolbar="customToolbar">

    blur event occurs when editor loses focus by clicking anywhere except button. when i click button blur does not trigger.

    Stale 
    opened by nehadhiman6 8
  • Using with Nuxt in SSR

    Using with Nuxt in SSR

    Although I have only imported and registered in components and not declared inside template but reloading the page prompts the error:

    NuxtServerError
    
    render function or template not defined in component: anonymous
    

    doesn't it pose bad UX impression? BTW, how can I use it in Nuxt?

    question 
    opened by Lahori-Jawan 8
  • Compatible problem with Vue 2.7.8

    Compatible problem with Vue 2.7.8

    Hello !

    Setup: vue2-editor - v2.10.3 vue - v2.7.8 vue-template-compiler - v2.7.8

    I've the following problem bubbling from vue2-editor: Error in nextTick: "TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'on')"

    opened by vovaoecoyc 0
  • Custom image handler doesn't work.

    Custom image handler doesn't work.

    opened by kapdom 0
  • Inserting multiple images causes adjacent images to be deleted

    Inserting multiple images causes adjacent images to be deleted

    When inserting multiple images one after the other without moving the cursor position, the "image-removed" event is emitted for directly-adjacent images.

    For example, if I insert image-A and image-B into the editor and then insert image-C, all while not moving the cursor, I would see an "image-removed" event emitted for image-B because it is adjacent to image-C. It seems as though the adjacent image gets overwritten due to the cursor being right beside it. It doesn't happen every time you insert an image but happens fairly consistently; it usually requires inserting 3 images before it happens.

    Adding a space or a newline before inserting images fixes the issue but I was wondering if anyone has encountered this issue and/or knows how to resolve it.

    Config info

    Vue version: 2.6.11 vue2-editor version: 2.10.3

    Editor options: { modules: { imageResize: { modules: ['Resize', 'DisplaySize'] } } }

    Custom modules: [ { alias: "imageResize", module: ImageResize } ]

    vue2-editor component: <vue-editor id="html-editor-component" :editor-toolbar="editorToolbarSettings" :custom-modules="editorCustomModules" :editor-options="editorOptions" v-model="templateContentData.value" use-custom-image-handler @image-added="addInlineImageAttachment" @image-removed="removeInlineImageAttachment"> </vue-editor>

    opened by VivekP64 0
  • v2.10.3 editorOptions  or editor-options?

    v2.10.3 editorOptions or editor-options?

    vue2-editor.umd.js v2.10.3

    <vue-editor v-model="content" id="editor" useCustomImageHandler <--not work :custom-modules="customModulesForEditor" <--customModules not work,custom-modules is ok :editor-options="editSettings" <--editorOptions not work, but editor-options is ok! @image-added="Dlg_Edit_HandleImageAdded">

    Stale 
    opened by issingle 1
Releases(2.6.6)
  • 2.4.2(Feb 4, 2018)

    Minor Changes

    • Fix for not being able to upload same image twice: b793e99e36fbf9ec8b13eb65f2ef3be125b917c4

    Patches

    • Updated docs to reflect new image uploader function: 7ee106c8f784558d751b43efe158f6513a72bb1c
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2.4.0(Jan 29, 2018)

    Minor Changes

    • Fixes to readme: 0501d92fbf266f5ac62bc3202fadee7063e00d61
    • Fixed README multiple editor example: 24a63848b2ce93be51d44017430113d6152d33b4
    • Merge pull request #51 from nkonev/master: 9f6737739364efed13b0d3eed770e19c6737c52c
    • Update to new dev setup: c9ef86fd2326ece6f9e0ee07104b28e2e93a89c2
    • Updates with working editorOptions prop: 309d2968ce6e1e132f0da9b5c5808781a040c235
    • Update docs: 797ee6d6a87a99448a523adf73d5b147a8c60bff
    • Update with div fix: 2616d31190f8769da5c7147a3dfb49e22b3de5cc
    • Update with customModules prop: a678dde4cf23316ac8d92660c007dca79b295135
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • 2.0.0(Apr 7, 2017)

    Vue2Editor 2.0

    Vue2Editor was having some issues keeping the content in sync between parent and the editor. Therefore, it has been restructured to provide an easier process of using the editor with any project.

    It now uses v-model, which should make it significantly easier to understand the flow of data and keep it in sync between the parent scope and the scope of the editor.

    Example:

    <template>
       <div id="app">
         <vue-editor v-model="content"></vue-editor>
       </div>
     </template>
    
     <script>
       import { VueEditor } from 'vue2-editor'
    
       components: {
         VueEditor
       },
    
       export default {
         data: function() {
           return {
             content: '<h1>Some initial content</h1>'  
           }
         }
       }
     </script>
    

    Updates

    Since v-model is being now being used, a lot of the features such as the live preview and the save button that were included are no longer part of Vue2Editor.

    Note: The examples in the README have been updated to demonstrate how to achieve these same features as before with Vue2Editor 2.0

    Special thanks to @Christilut for his merge proposal that helped me understand this more efficient and user-friendly approach!

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
Owner
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vue-document-editor is a Paper-sized WYSIWYG document editor for Vue apps

vue-document-editor is a rich-text editor built on top of Vue.js, using the native contenteditable browser implementation and some JavaScript trickery to spread content over paper-sized pages. It is mainly designed to allow targeted modifications to pre-formatted documents using HTML or interactive templates.

Romain Lamothe 149 Oct 4, 2022
This repository is DEPRECATED! GO TO 👉 https://github.com/nhn/tui.editor/tree/master/apps/vue-editor

⚠️ Notice: This repository is deprecated️️️️️ TOAST UI Editor Vue Wrapper has been managed separately from the TOAST UI Editor repository. As a result

NHN 235 Sep 25, 2022