Draft.js exporter for Go
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README.md

Draft.js Exporter

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Draft.js is a framework for building rich text editors. However, it does not support exporting documents at HTML. This package is designed to take the raw ContentState (output of convertToRaw) from Draft.js and convert it to HTML using Go. Mostly it useful for server-side rendering. I should note this package does not provide any input validation and assumes correct and safe input data.

Usage

func main() {

	// get your contentState JSON-string
	draftState := exampleDraftStateSource

	// make auxiliary variable
	contentState := draftjs.ContentState{}
	json.Unmarshal([]byte(draftState), &contentState) // don't forget error handling

	// prepare some config (HTML here)
	config := draftjs.DefaultConfig()

	// and just render content state to HTML-string
	s := draftjs.Render(&contentState, config)

	// that's it
	fmt.Println(s)
}

For RawContentState like this

{
  "entityMap": {
    "0": {
      "type": "LINK",
      "data": {
        "url": "https://medium.com/@rajaraodv/how-draft-js-represents-rich-text-data-eeabb5f25cf2#.ce9y2wyux"
      }
    }
  },
  "blocks": [
    {
      "text": "Rich text with link",
      "type": "unstyled",
      "depth": 0,
      "inlineStyleRanges": [
        {
          "offset": 0,
          "length": 4,
          "style": "BOLD"
        }, {
          "offset": 2,
          "length": 10,
          "style": "UNDERLINE"
        }, {
          "offset": 5,
          "length": 4,
          "style": "ITALIC"
        }, {
          "offset": 10,
          "length": 4,
          "style": "CODE"
        }
      ],
      "entityRanges": [{
          "offset": 15,
          "length": 4,
          "key": 0
       }]
}]}

It will give something like this but without indention:

<p>
	<strong>Ri</strong>
	<strong>
		<ins>ch</ins>
	</strong>
	<ins>
		<em>text</em>
	</ins>
	<ins>
		<code>wi</code>
	</ins>
	<code>th</code>
	<a href="https://medium.com/@rajaraodv/how-draft-js-represents-rich-text-data-eeabb5f25cf2#.ce9y2wyux" target="_blank">link</a>
</p>

That look like

Ri ch text wi th link

Setup

You'll need Golang installed first :o)

go get github.com/ejilay/draftjs

Testing

To test run the following command in project's root directory:

go test ./...