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Monaco Editor Vue Component

Based off React Monaco Editor

experimental

Setup

npm install vue-monaco-editor --save

Simple Vue Use

import MonacoEditor from 'vue-monaco-editor'

// use in component
export default {
  components: {
    MonacoEditor
  }
}

Component Props

Option Type Default Description
language String javascript
height Number/String 100%
width Number/String 100%
code String // code \n Initial code to show
theme String vs-dark vs, hc-black, or vs-dark
highlighted Array[Object] [{ number: 0, class: ''}] Lines to highlight with numbers and .classes
changeThrottle Number(ms) 0 throttle codeChange emit
srcPath String "" see Webpack Use below
editorOptions Object Merged with defaults below See Monaco Editor Options

Editor Default Options

defaults: {
  selectOnLineNumbers: true,
  roundedSelection: false,
  readOnly: false,
  cursorStyle: 'line',
  automaticLayout: false,
  glyphMargin: true
}

Component Events

These events are available to parent component

Event Returns Description
mounted editor[editor instance] Emitted when editor has mounted
codeChange editor[editor instance] Emitted when code has changed

Example

Component Implementation

<MonacoEditor
    height="600"
    language="typescript"
    :code="code"
    :editorOptions="options"
    @mounted="onMounted"
    @codeChange="onCodeChange"
    >
</MonacoEditor>

Parent

module.exports = {
  components: {
    Monaco
  },
  data() {
    return {
      code: '// Type away! \n',
      options: {
        selectOnLineNumbers: false
      }
    };
  },
  methods: {
    onMounted(editor) {
      this.editor = editor;
    },
    onCodeChange(editor) {
      console.log(editor.getValue());
    }
  }
};

Webpack Use

By default, monaco-editor is loaded from a cdn asyncronously using require. To use a local copy of monaco-editor with webpack, we need to expose the dependency in our build directory:

npm install copy-webpack-plugin --save-dev

Add this to your webpack.config.js:

const CopyWebpackPlugin = require('copy-webpack-plugin');
module.exports = {
  plugins: [
    new CopyWebpackPlugin([
      {
        from: 'node_modules/monaco-editor/min/vs',
        to: 'vs',
      }
    ])
  ]
};

Then, specify the build directory path in the srcPath prop. See src/App.vue for an example.

Dev Use

git clone [this repo] .
npm install
npm run dev

Edit src/App.vue


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