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Angular 2 Markdown
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Supports Angular2,4,5
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Table of contents

  1. Getting Started
  2. Installation instructions
  3. Usage & Demo
  4. Contributing
  5. License
Getting Started
angular2-markdown contains MarkdownModule for Angular.
Additionally we use marked.js and prismjs for this component.
Installation instructions
Install angular2-markdown from npm:
npm install angular2-markdown --save
or using yarn:
yarn add angular2-markdown

How to use it with:

Usage & Demo
Main source of API documentation and usage scenarios is available at
Is very welcome! And remember, contribution is not only PRs and code, but any help with docs or helping other developers to solve issues are very appreciated! Thanks in advance!

Quick Guide


import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';

import { MarkdownModule } from 'angular2-markdown';
import { AppComponent } from '../src/app.component';

  imports: [
  declarations: [AppComponent],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent],


If you want syntax highlighting you need to import the prism css file.
Alternative 1: Import from cdn
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <base href="/">

    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
    <link rel="icon" type="image/x-icon" href="favicon.ico">
    <link href="" rel="stylesheet" />

Alternative 2: Download the css file (or copy it from node_modules/prismjs/themes/, place it somewhere in your src folder and import
<link href="/css/prism.min.css" rel="stylesheet" />

Alternative 3: Include the prism css file in your sass style file
@import 'prismjs/themes/prism.css';


<div Markdown>
    ### your markdown code

<!-- or use angular component -->

    ### your markdown code

<!-- to load from remote URL -->

<div Markdown path="/path/to/"></div>

<!-- load remote source code with auto syntax highlighting -->

<markdown path="/path/to/code.cpp"></markdown>

<markdown path="/path/to/"></markdown>

<!-- load remote source code from url stored in variable
(see additional details about variable binding in the next section) -->

<markdown [path]="urlVariable"></markdown>

Variable binding

Now, with >1.4.x you can bind a variable to the markdown component. To do so:
    selector: 'markdown,[Markdown]',
    template: `
    <textarea [(ngModel)]="textData"></textarea>
    <markdown [data]="textData"></markdown>
export class MyComp {
  public textData = `## Markdown content data`;

Marked customization

Marked can be customized/extended by accessing the renderer from the MarkdownService:
import { MarkdownService } from 'angular2-markdown';
    template: `
     > Block
     > quote
     > here
export class MyComp {
  constructor(private _markdown: MarkdownService) {}

  ngOnInit() {
    this._markdown.renderer.blockquote = (quote: string) => {
      return `<blockquote class="king-quote">${quote}</blockquote>`;

See marked documentation for all renderer extension points.


You can find a working example inside the demo directory.
To serve it locally, run:
git clone

npm i

npm run demo.serve


  • x Variable binding
  • x Code refactor
  • x Write more unit tests
  • x Angular 5 support
  • Module configuration for markdown settings
  • Module configuration for prismjs settings


The following is a list of all the people that have helped build this project. Thanks for your contributions!
glenngr glenngr paullryan