Which websites are using Codemirror 6 as now?

It would be great if there was a list here.
We can also learn by looking at how they do in practice.

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Off the top of my head, I believe http://nextjournal.com/ and https://promlens.com/ are using CM6. I’m not really keeping a list, but if anyone using it in production reads this, let us know.

I use CM6 in a mac desktop app: Wordmark

Thats all? :confused:

I think we can know some of them from dependents tab in npmjs.com

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I use it in https://lyricistant.app

Code is at GitHub - wardellbagby/lyricistant: A helpful writing assistant for lyricists!

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IDK what’s the app doing, but liked it.
It’s nice. Thanks.

Now I got it, It’s so funny. LOL.

Hey Jude
Don’t make it bad.

Hey food
Don’t make it bread.

playground-elements, used by Lit’s playground, was using it until they ran into a highlighting issue.

We’re using CodeMirror 6 in production with our mobile apps (Link).
EDIT: Our mobile apps have been publicly released (and they are available for free for personal use) if anyone wants to try it out.

Our desktop apps still use CodeMirror 5 because of vim mode support, but we will be looking into a migration soon.

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I know this is an old thread but I wanted to share some of my recent findings of CodeMirror 6 used in production:

React docs beta
Replit mobile
GitLab
CodeHike
Storybook
Sandpack

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Also the Chrome devtools are now CM6-based.

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We’re now using CM6 for both mobile and desktop at Replit as of a few weeks ago :smile:

You can see my blog post on it here: Replit - Betting on CodeMirror

P.S. @lishid, we’ve open sourced a Vim keybinding extension that you can use if that’s a blocker for you: GitHub - replit/codemirror-vim: Vim keybindings for CM6. We’ve been using it in production for months now and it’s served us well. Full list of our open source initiatives in the above blog post!

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I’ve built an interactive REPL for BQN programming language with CodeMirror 6 — BQNPAD. Some highlights:

  • Lezer parser is built for BQN (it’s not super strict now but precise enough to be useful for editing BQN sources)
  • A single CM6 view is used to keep REPL history and current expression.
  • REPL uses block widgets to show output inline.

Overall I had a really great experience making CM6 to be used as a foundation for a REPL (not so conventional use case).

And we’re using CM6 in Pluto! GitHub - fonsp/Pluto.jl: 🎈 Simple reactive notebooks for Julia
(Blend of Jupyter and Observablehq)

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Thank you! We’ve been using it even before the repo was moved into the replit org and I can vouch that it’s been working great!

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For our v2 release, we migrated to CM6 on Supernotes and it has been working great so far!