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Announcing Stylo — Another kind of rich text editor.

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So, I developed a new open source WYSIWYG interactive editor for JavaScript. Its goal is to bring great user experience and interactivity to the web, for everyone, with no dependencies. I called it: Stylo.

But Why?

Last year, while migrating our web editor for slides, DeckDeckGo, to DFINITY’s Internet Computer, we started playing around with…

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David Dal Busco

David Dal Busco

Freelancer by day | Creator of DeckDeckGo by night | Organizer of the Ionic and IndieHackers Zürich Meetup

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