Craft.js – A React framework for building drag-n-drop page editors.

Page editors are a great way to provide an excellent user experience. However, to build one is often a pretty dreadful task. Craft.js solves this problem by modularising the building blocks of a page editor. It provides a drag-n-drop system and handles the way user components should be rendered, updated and moved – among other […]

Editor.js – Next generation block styled editor

Editor.js is a so called β€œblock style editor” like the one Medium (and recently WordPress) sport. The Editor.js workspace consists of separate Blocks: paragraphs, headings, images, lists, quotes, etc. Each of them is an independent contenteditable element (or more complex structure) provided by Plugin and united by Editor’s Core. The output is not HTML but […]


Simple HTML5 drag-drop zone to drop files on. import React from ‘react’; import Dropzone from ‘react-dropzone’; export default class DropzoneDemo extends React.Component { onDrop(acceptedFiles, rejectedFiles) { console.log("Accepted files: ", acceptedFiles); console.log("Rejected files: ", rejectedFiles); } render() { return ( <Dropzone accept="image/*" multiple={true} onDrop={this.onDrop}> <div>This dropzone accepts only images. Try dropping some here, or click to […]

Google Maps v3 Drag Polygon

It’s really not that hard. No need for one of the many diy scripts; just set the draggable property on your instance of google.maps.Polygon and you’re good to go. Note: draggable was introduced in Google Maps v3.11 (dd 22 January 2013). The current stable version of Google Maps still is 3.10 however. For now (until […]