4 Best QuillJs Alternatives

By: Team Appsious | Monday, 23 December 2019
Quill


Quill is a free, open-source WYSIWYG editor built for the modern web. With its modular architecture and expressive API, it is completely customizable to fit any need.  QuillJs Supports all modern browsers on desktops, tablets, and phones.

Best Quill Alternatives


Summernote WYSIWYG HTML editor uses jquery and bootstrap, it allows customization using modules or plugins. Its an Open Source editor licensed under MIT and maintained by the community.
TinyMCE is one of the most used free HTML editor. It is an open-source project licensed under LGPL. They also have a commercially licensed version that comes with support.

Quill Summernote TinyMCE
Open Source

Size

~240KB

~ 150KB

~ 450KB

Free for Commercial Use

Attribution Needed

Modular

Functionalities can be extended using plugins and modules

Functionalities can be extended using plugins and modules

License

BSD 3

MIT

LGPL

1) Summernote

Summernote

Summernote WYSIWYG HTML editor uses jquery and bootstrap, it allows customization using modules or plugins. Its an Open Source editor licensed under MIT and maintained by the community.

Features

  • Supports Bootstrap 3.x.x to 4.x.x
  • Lightweight (js+css: 100Kb)
  • Smart User Interaction
  • Works in all Major Browsers:
  • Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge and Internet Explorer 9+
  • Works in all Major Operating Systems: Windows, macOS, Linux

2) TinyMCE

TinyMCE

TinyMCE is one of the most used free HTML editor. It is an open-source project licensed under LGPL. They also have a commercially licensed version that comes with support. The free version doesn't provide any support. TinyMCE editor is easy to extend and customize through plugins.

3) CKEditor

CKEditor



CKEditor is ready to use rich text editors created with a powerful framework, offers free HTML editor for 1 site and 5 active users if you need it for more than one site neeed to buy licensed version

4) Contenttools

Contenttools

A beautiful & small content editor and is free and open-source. ContentTools was created by Anthony Blackshaw - a founder of and developer at getme. The project is maintained by the crew at getme along with contributors. The code is licensed under MIT.

5) Editorjs

Editor.js is a block-styled editor for rich media stories. It outputs clean data in JSON instead of heavy HTML-markup.

Key Features:

  1. Clean data output
  2. API pluggable
  3. Open source
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