Are We There Yet (to 1.0)?
What this means is its design and API is reasonably stable and the adventurous can now take an early look. The latest Quill source is already using Parchment to implement its formatting and content capabilities, and its integration would be a helpful example of Parchment in action. Of course, this is in addition to Parchment’s own documentation.
Parchment enables Quill to scalably support many formats and many are being added in 1.0. The list includes headers, blockquotes, code, superscript, subscript, text direction, nested lists, and video embeds. Syntax highlighted code and formulas will also be available through externally supported modules. In addition, formats that previously relied on style attributes are reimplemented to optionally use classes instead. By default, fonts, sizes, and text alignment will use classes, while foreground and background colors will still use style attributes, since there are so many possible color values.
Quill 1.0 Beta
With Parchment out of the way, Quill is nearing its own 1.0 release. This will also be prefaced with a beta period, optimistically planned for early April. You can also set up the local development environment to follow along with the latest changes and progress.
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