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    Hi,

    Has anyone implemented markdown, either directly into a 4.x MVC app or by way of a plugin? I am interested in using a markdown editor and preview (e.g. showdown or pagedown) instead of the current htmleditor.

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    I'm using pagedown currently (and CodeMirror 3 for code blocks). Pretty simple
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    In an MVC app? I imagine it would be pretty simple for per-page rendering, but I'm not sure how to approach it for MVC ...

    Don't suppose you have some sample code you'd like to/can share? You would make my day :-)

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    It is using MVC and the code is for a project so I cannot share.

    All you really have to do is something like this after a component is rendered:

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    component.update(
        new Markdown.Converter().makeHtml(markdown)
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    ya that's pretty simple !! thanx