6.3 5.5 L5 MarkdownView VS MarkdownKit A simple and customizable Markdown Parser for Swift. LispKit is a framework for building Lisp-based extension and scripting languages for macOS and iOS applications.LispKit is fully written in the programming language Swift. LispKit implements a core language based on the R7RS (small) Scheme standard.It is extensible, allowing the inclusion of new native libraries written in Swift, of new libraries written in Scheme, as. MarkdownKit MarkdownKit is a customizable and extensible Markdown parser for iOS. It supports many of the standard Markdown elements through the use of Regular Expressions. It also allows customization of font and color attributes for all the Markdown elements.
Harry's Visual Studio Code Extensions, 2020. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Swift MarkdownKit is a framework for parsing text in Markdown format. The supported syntax is based on the CommonMark Markdown specification. Swift MarkdownKit also provides an extended version of the parser that is able to handle Markdown tables.
Markdown is a popular text formatting syntax in use all over the web. Markdown was designed to be human readable in plain text, and formatting parsers are available for many different formats.
There are a few different parsers for Xojo, available in both add-on and plugin format. Garry Pettet provided MarkdownKit for us to look at and review. MarkdownKit is written entirely in Xojo code, is fully CommonMark compliant, and generates HTML.
MarkdownKit is implemented with both String and Text versions, and is designed for both Desktop and iOS projects. MarkdownKit is provided as full source code, and includes documentation as well as examples.
With everything provided, MarkdownKit is very easy to use. It really is as simple as one line.
dim sHTML as String = MarkdownKit.ToHTML(SomeMarkdownString) The output can then be passed into an HTMLViewer and displayed. This can all be done so fast you get near live rendering.
The way MarkdownKit renders the input is impressive. A MarkdownKit document is parsed into a syntax tree so that an implementation of the rendering interface can walk the document. What we get from all that is a fast and accurate Markdown renderer. And wow is it fast. The demo application really illustrates the speed of MarkdownKit.
Overall MarkdownKit has proven to be speedy, well documented, easy to use, expandable, and CommonMark compliant. MarkdownKit is a great Markdown renderer written entirely in Xojo code. If you don’t yet have a Markdown renderer in your toolkit, MarkdownKit is a solid option.
More information about MarkdownKit, pricing, and the demo downloads are available at the MarkdownKit Webpage: https://garrypettet.com/xojo-addons/markdownkit