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We've compiled a list of 27 free and paid alternatives to Trix. The primary competitors include ContentTools, TinyMCE. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Trix and Trumbowyg, WYMeditor, Redactor Text Editor. Also you can look at other similar options here: Development Tools.


ContentTools
Free Open Source

A small & beautiful WYSIWYG editor for HTML content.

TinyMCE
Open Source

TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control released as Open...

Trumbowyg
Free Open Source

Feature-packed WYSIWYG editor in only 15kB of JavaScript

WYMeditor
Free Open Source

WYMeditor is a web-based WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean) XHTML editor (not WYSIWYG).

CLEditor
Free Open Source

CLEditor is an open source jQuery plugin which provides a lightweight, full featured, cross...

Summernote
Free Open Source

WYSIWYG editor built with jQuery, Bootstrap and Font-Awesome.

Quill
Free Open Source

Powerful, API-driven rich text editor

A rich text editor for everyday writing.

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Trix Overview

Compose beautifully formatted text in your web application. Trix is a WYSIWYG editor for writing messages, comments, articles, and lists—the simple documents most web apps are made of. It features a sophisticated document model, support for embedded attachments, and outputs terse and consistent HTML.

Most WYSIWYG editors are wrappers around HTML’s contenteditable and execCommand APIs, designed by Microsoft to support live editing of web pages in Internet Explorer 5.5, and eventually reverse-engineered and copied by other browsers.

Because these APIs were never fully specified or documented, and because WYSIWYG HTML editors are enormous in scope, each browser’s implementation has its own set of bugs and quirks, and JavaScript developers are left to resolve the inconsistencies.

Trix sidesteps these inconsistencies by treating contenteditable as an I/O device: when input makes its way to the editor, Trix converts that input into an editing operation on its internal document model, then re-renders that document back into the editor. This gives Trix complete control over what happens after every keystroke, and avoids the need to use execCommand at all.

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