PDF.js vs Editor.js: What are the differences?
PDF.js: A general-purpose, web standards-based platform for parsing and rendering PDFs. It is a Portable Document Format (PDF) viewer that is built with HTML5. It is community-driven and supported by Mozilla Labs. The goal is to create a general-purpose, web standards-based platform for parsing and rendering PDFs; Editor.js: A block-styled editor for rich media stories. It is a block-styled editor for rich media stories. It outputs clean data in JSON instead of heavy HTML-markup. And more important thing is that Editor.js is designed to be API extendable and pluggable.
Some of the features offered by PDF.js are:
- Platform for parsing and rendering PDFs
- Built with HTML5
On the other hand, Editor.js provides the following key features:
- Clean data output
- API pluggable
- Open source
PDF.js and Editor.js are both open source tools. PDF.js with 31K GitHub stars and 7.29K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Editor.js with 12.3K GitHub stars and 751 GitHub forks.