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commonmark - Markdown parser for PHP based on the CommonMark spec.

  •    PHP

league/commonmark is a PHP-based Markdown parser created by Colin O'Dell which supports the full CommonMark spec. It is based on the CommonMark JS reference implementation by John MacFarlane (@jgm).Note: See Versioning for important information on which version constraints you should use.

markdig - A fast, powerful, CommonMark compliant, extensible Markdown processor for .NET

  •    CSharp

Markdig is a fast, powerful, CommonMark compliant, extensible Markdown processor for .NET.While there is not yet a dedicated documentation, you can find from the specs documentation how to use these extensions.

markdown-it - Markdown parser, done right

  •    Javascript

Markdown parser done right. Fast and easy to extend.(*) presets define combinations of active rules and options. Can be "commonmark", "zero" or "default" (if skipped). See API docs for more details.




remarkable - Markdown parser, done right

  •    Javascript

Markdown parser done right. Fast and easy to extend. By default, remarkable is configured to be similar to GFM, but with HTML disabled. This is easy to change if you prefer different settings.

flexmark-java - CommonMark/Markdown Java parser with source level AST

  •    Java

Java re-implementation of commonmark-java based parser, with AST reflecting source elements, full source position tracking, greater parser extensibility.

markdownlint - A Node.js style checker and lint tool for Markdown/CommonMark files.

  •    Javascript

A Node.js style checker and lint tool for Markdown/CommonMark files. The Markdown markup language is designed to be easy to read, write, and understand. It succeeds - and its flexibility is both a benefit and a drawback. Many styles are possible, so formatting can be inconsistent. Some constructs don't work well in all parsers and should be avoided. The CommonMark specification standardizes parsers - but not authors.


commonmark-spec - CommonMark spec, with reference implementations in C and JavaScript

  •    Python

CommonMark is a rationalized version of Markdown syntax, with a spec and BSD-licensed reference implementations in C and JavaScript. For more details, see http://commonmark.org.

Down - Blazing fast Markdown / CommonMark rendering in Swift, built upon cmark.

  •    C

Blazing fast Markdown (CommonMark) rendering in Swift, built upon cmark. Due to limitations in Carthage regarding platform specification, you need to define the platform with Carthage.

CommonMark - CommonMark spec, with reference implementations in C and JavaScript

  •    Python

CommonMark is a rationalized version of Markdown syntax, with a spec and BSD-licensed reference implementations in C and JavaScript. For more details, see http://commonmark.org.

commonmark.js - CommonMark parser and renderer in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

CommonMark is a rationalized version of Markdown syntax, with a spec and BSD-licensed reference implementations in C and JavaScript. For more information, see http://commonmark.org.

Marked - A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.

  •    Javascript

A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed. It is a low-level compiler for parsing markdown without caching or blocking for long periods of time. It works in a browser, on a server, or from a command line interface (CLI).

turndown - 🛏 An HTML to Markdown converter written in JavaScript

  •    HTML

Convert HTML into Markdown with JavaScript. For usage with RequireJS, UMD versions are located in lib/turndown.umd.js (for Node.js) and lib/turndown.browser.umd.js for browser usage. These files are generated when the npm package is published. To generate them manually, clone this repo and run npm run build.

tui.editor - 🍞📝 Markdown WYSIWYG Editor. GFM Standard + Chart & UML Extensible.

  •    TypeScript

TOAST UI Editor provides Markdown mode and WYSIWYG mode. Depending on the type of use you want like production of Markdown or maybe to just edit the Markdown. The TOAST UI Editor can be helpful for both the usage. It offers Markdown mode and WYSIWYG mode, which can be switched any point in time. Today CommonMark is the de-facto Markdown standard. GFM (GitHub Flavored Markdown) is another popular specification based on CommonMark - maintained by GitHub, which is the Markdown mostly used. TOAST UI Editor follows both CommonMark and GFM specifications. Write documents with ease using productive tools provided by TOAST UI Editor and you can easily open the produced document wherever the specifications are supported.

Editor.md - The open source embeddable online markdown editor (component).

  •    Javascript

The open source embeddable online markdown editor (component), based on CodeMirror & jQuery & Marked. It supports Standard Markdown / CommonMark and GFM (GitHub Flavored Markdown). It has full-featured support for Real-time Preview, Image Upload, Code blocks / Tables insert, Search replace, Themes, Multi-languages and lot more.

commonmark-java - Java implementation of CommonMark, a specification of the Markdown format

  •    Java

Java implementation of CommonMark, a specification of the Markdown format for turning plain text into formatted text.

comrak - CommonMark + GFM compatible Markdown parser and renderer

  •    Rust

Rust port of github's cmark-gfm. Comrak supports Rust stable.

react-markdown - Markdown component for React

  •    Javascript

react-markdown is a Markdown component for React using remark. There are other ways for markdown in React out there so why use this one? The two main reasons are that they often rely on dangerouslySetInnerHTML or have bugs with how they handle markdown. react-markdown uses a syntax tree to build the virtual dom which allows for updating only the changing DOM instead of completely overwriting. react-markdown is 100% CommonMark (optionally GFM) compliant and has extensions to support custom syntax.






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