TLDR: Remirror adopts Prosemirror TypeScript support.
TLDR: Model highlights/comments as marks instead of annotations to allow for undo, copy&paste, and collaborative editing
TLDR: Debounce user input to prevent lag when using positioners with Remirror (Prosemirror)
TLDR: Use shadow-box to tune the look of selected nodes in Remirror editor
TLDR: Remirror is ready for prime time.
TLDR: New guard of maintainers will focus on easing adoption and adding more in-depth features.
TLDR: NEXT picked Remirror as WYSIWYG editor because it grew with their ProseMirror skill set.
TLDR: Adding collaborative editing via webrtc and Lambda/DynamoDB-powered signaling server
The new version of
remirror comes with a number of enhancements and quite a few breaking changes if you were using the
The following sections outline the breaking changes and how they can be migrated if your last version was
@next. For those upgrading from
0.11.0 the library has changed drastically and you'd be better off browsing the documentation.