react-native-zss-rich-text-editor - React Native rich text editor based on ZSSRichTextEditor

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A fully functional Rich Text Editor for both Android and iOS, based off the ZSSRichTextEditor project. Also, follow instructions here to add the native react-native-webview-bridge-updated dependency.

https://github.com/wix/react-native-zss-rich-text-editor

Dependencies:

react-native-webview-bridge-updated : ^1.0.0

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