Users can format their content using standard toolbar commands.

  • actionComplete - Triggers after command execution using toolbar items or executeCommand method.
  • See how to set the CKEditor 5 component’s height using these two approaches. Built to scale. It delivers a set of tools for creating, editing, and formatting of text, paragraphs, lists, and other HTML elements. We're emitting this value to the editorSubject, which will then, upon completion, emit this value to our validation logic inside the maxLength validator.
  • created - Triggers when the component is rendered.
  • The following section explains the steps required to create a simple angular-cli application and how to configure Rich Text Editor component.

    The Rich Text Editor triggers events based on its actions. There are some most used Output events, which can be used as shown below: To use emojis with Quill editor, we have already installed the quill-emoji package and added the quill-emoji.css. You can check more details on examples here for Quill Editor. Initialize the Rich Text Editor on div element and set the enable field iframeSettings property to true. The directives will take care of the actual mapping between model and view, and all we have to do is make sure we provide the correct names. To use Quill editor in Angular project we need to install the Angular directive and Quill library by running following NPM commands given below: In the angular.json file at the project root, update styles and scripts property array as shown below: To use Quill in the application, open the app.module.ts file and import the QuillModule then add in imports array as shown below: After the installation and configuration part. This is simply a function which will mark the form as invalid until a user has entered some text into each field, at which point the form will enter a valid state. By default it install the CSS style based application. Install the CLI application globally in your machine. Add the Rich Text Editor component snippet in app.component.ts as follows. This will allow us to handle the editor as a value even though it's actually not resolved until a later point. This can be referenced in [src/styles.css] using following code. To create the editor in a component we just need to add the directive. To get started, we'll need to install the tinymce-angular component with our package manager of choice.