Commands

You can customize the initial state of the module from the editor initialization, by passing the following Configuration Object

const editor = grapesjs.init({
 commands: {
   // options
 }
})

Once the editor is instantiated you can use its API. Before using these methods you should get the module from the instance

const commands = editor.Commands;

add

Add new command to the collection

Parameters

  • idstring Command's ID
  • command(Object | Function) Object representing your command, By passing just a function it's intended as a stateless command (just like passing an object with only run method).

Examples

commands.add('myCommand', {
	run(editor, sender) {
		alert('Hello world!');
	},
	stop(editor, sender) {
	},
});
// As a function
commands.add('myCommand2', editor => { ... });

Returns this

get

Get command by ID

Parameters

Examples

var myCommand = commands.get('myCommand');
myCommand.run();

Returns Object Object representing the command

extend

Extend the command. The command to extend should be defined as an object

Parameters

  • idstring Command's ID
  • cmd (optional, default {})
  • ObjectObject with the new command functions

Examples

commands.extend('old-command', {
 someInnerFunction() {
 // ...
 }
});

Returns this

has

Check if command exists

Parameters

Returns Boolean

getAll

Get an object containing all the commands

Returns Object

run

Execute the command

Parameters

  • idString Command ID
  • optionsObject Options (optional, default {})

Examples

commands.run('myCommand', { someOption: 1 });

Returns any The return is defined by the command

stop

Stop the command

Parameters

  • idString Command ID
  • optionsObject Options (optional, default {})

Examples

commands.stop('myCommand', { someOption: 1 });

Returns any The return is defined by the command

isActive

Check if the command is active. You activate commands with run and disable them with stop. If the command was created without stop method it can't be registered as active

Parameters

Examples

const cId = 'some-command';
commands.run(cId);
commands.isActive(cId);
// -> true
commands.stop(cId);
commands.isActive(cId);
// -> false

Returns Boolean

getActive

Get all active commands

Examples

console.log(commands.getActive());
// -> { someCommand: itsLastReturn, anotherOne: ... };

Returns Object

Last Updated: 5/2/2019, 1:28:33 AM