Project: pustovitDmytro/remark-telegraph

Package: remark-telegraph@1.0.5

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  2. remark plugin to translate markdown into Telegra.ph Nodes
  1. remark 214
  2. markdown 154
  3. remark-plugin 82



remark plugin to translate markdown into Telegra.ph Nodes.

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Telegraph Api demands a page content to be represented as array of Node. In case markdown works better for you, remark-telegraph plugin could be a cure. It is an remark plugin, so can be used in combination with the whole ecosystem


Platform Status

To use library you need to have node and npm installed in your machine:

Package is continuously tested on darwin, linux and win32 platforms. All active and maintenance LTS node releases are supported.


To install the library run the following command

  npm i --save remark-telegraph


import remarkParse from 'remark-parse';
import remarkTelegraph from 'remark-telegraph';
import unified from 'unified';

async function createPage(markdown) {
    const vFile = await unified()

    const nodes = JSON.parse(vFile.contents);

    console.log('Create Page :', nodes);

Note: for unified>=10 and remark-parse>=10 remark had been moved to ESM. So for the latest versions, usage samples may vary a bit.


See the example of markdown-it sample transformation on telegra.ph. Check raw nodes in examples folder.


Make the changes to the code and tests. Then commit to your branch. Be sure to follow the commit message conventions. Read Contributing Guidelines for details.