Enhancing Drupal 10: Crafting Custom CKEditor 5 Plugins


Dharmendra Singh, in a blog post for ToTheNew, outlined the process for creating custom plugins in CKEditor 5, which is now the default editor in Drupal 10 after being introduced in Drupal 9.3. The post highlights the enhanced features of CKEditor 5 in Drupal, including premium features such as real-time collaboration and revision history. Singh provides a detailed step-by-step guide, starting from copying the starter template to enabling the plugin in the editor. 

The piece is aimed at developers looking to extend the functionality of the Drupal content editor with custom plugins. The post also references useful resources for understanding CKEditor 5's plugin architecture.

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