ngx-quill - quill editor with angular and TS

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An angular (>= v2) component for the easy use of the QuillJS richt text editor.

https://github.com/KillerCodeMonkey/ngx-quill

Dependencies:

@types/quill : 1.3.3
quill : ^1.3.6

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