A rich programming API and a CSS theming system are available for customizing CodeMirror to fit your application, and extending it with new functionality.
This is CodeMirror
You can see the code,
read the release notes,
or study the user manual.
- Support for over 100 languages out of the box
- A powerful, composable language mode system
- Autocompletion (XML)
- Code folding
- Configurable keybindings
- Vim, Emacs, and Sublime Text bindings
- Search and replace interface
- Bracket and tag matching
- Support for split views
- Linter integration
- Mixing font sizes and styles
- Various themes
- Able to resize to fit content
- Inline and block widgets
- Programmable gutters
- Making ranges of text styled, read-only, or atomic
- Bi-directional text support
- Many other methods and addons...
CodeMirror is an open-source project shared under an MIT license. It is the editor used in the dev tools for Firefox, Chrome, and Safari, in Light Table, Adobe Brackets, Bitbucket, and many other projects.
Development and bug tracking happens on github (alternate git repository). Please read these pointers before submitting a bug. Use pull requests to submit patches. All contributions must be released under the same MIT license that CodeMirror uses.
Discussion around the project is done on a discussion forum. Announcements related to the project, such as new versions, are posted in the forum's "announce" category. If needed, you can contact the maintainer directly. We aim to be an inclusive, welcoming community. To make that explicit, we have a code of conduct that applies to communication around the project.
The desktop versions of the following browsers,
in standards mode (HTML5
recommended) are supported:
|Firefox||version 4 and up|
|Safari||version 5.2 and up|
|Internet Explorer/Edge||version 8 and up|
|Opera||version 9 and up|
Support for modern mobile browsers is experimental. Recent versions of the iOS browser and Chrome on Android should work pretty well.