The Tiptap Editor is a headless, framework-agnostic rich text editor that's customizable and extendable through extensions. Its headless nature means it comes without a set user interface, offering full design freedom (for a jumpstart, see linked UI templates below). Tiptap is based on the highly reliable ProseMirror library.
How does the Tiptap Editor work?
- Headless Framework: Tiptap does not rely on a user interface. So there is no need for class overrides or code hacks. If you do need an example UI feel free to browse our UI templates linked below.
- Extension based: Extensions in Tiptap allow for a tailored editing experience, from simple text styling to advanced features like drag-and-drop block editing. You have the option to choose from over 100 extensions available in the documentation and community to enhance your editor's functionality.
- Customize your UX: The editor was built to give you control to define your own extensions and nodes.
Editor Pro Extensions
The Pro Extensions are a set of advanced functionalities that enhance the capabilities of the Tiptap Editor. They are additional features that can be integrated into the base editor to provide more sophisticated editing options.
Key functionalities include collaborative editing, which allows multiple users to edit documents simultaneously, drag-and-drop file management for easier handling of documents and media, and unique node ID assignment. Review the docs right here.
Pro Extensions are free with a Tiptap account. Once signed up, review the guide in your account.
Make your editor collaborative
For more detailed information, make sure to check out our documentation. If you encounter any problems or have suggestions for our system, please open an issue.
Examples, CodeSandbox and UI Templates
Have a look at the examples to see Tiptap in action or review and fork our codesandboxes.
- Basic example of the Tiptap editor.
- Collaboration ready Tiptap CodeSandbox
- React notion-like block editor template: Demo
Tiptap is a collection of developer components based on open-source technology, forming the basis of our advanced, paid features. It includes the open-source editor component, collaboration features, Content AI, and Tiptap Cloud. We are developing open-source products that also shape our paid features. We're committed to improving both, ensuring quality and reliability in every update.
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Feel like adding some magic of your own to Tiptap Editor Core? We welcome contributions! Please see our CONTRIBUTING guidelines for how to get started.
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