Rich text editors are an integral part of content creation and content management workflows, but they can often present challenges for developers when it comes to robustness, extensibility, flexibility, and accessibility. What are some of the considerations you should keep in mind when evaluating rich text editors, especially for mission-critical systems like the application Tag1 is building for a top Fortune 50 company?
In this Tag1 Team Talk, we explore the new generation of rich text editors, which are based on a well defined data-structure rather than HTML, but still can export to Markdown or HTML. This allows us to tackle new requirements organizations have, including video embedding, cross-device support, and keyboard-navigable editors. After diving into some of the open-source solutions available in the market, such as Draft.js, CKEditor 5, Quill, Slate, and TapTap, join moderator Preston So (Contributing Editor) and guests Nik Graf (Senior Software Engineer), Kevin Jahns (Real-time Collaboration Systems Lead, Yjs creator), Fabian Franz (Senior Technical Architect and Performance Lead), and Michael Meyers (Managing Director) for an in-depth conversation about why ProseMirror is the best tool for our client’s project requirements.