I have been working on a web writing platform for some time now and I came across a unique problem whose solution I wasn't able to find anywhere else online. So I decided to build my own React component library
I wanted users to be able to write Hindi and other scripts using a standard English keyboard (the word standard is loose here). And so I exported this component when I finally solved the problem.
Presenting, React Transliterate
It uses Google's Input Tools API to fetch results and displays them in the helper
I have currently tested Hindi, Marathi and Urdu but it should support all scripts that the input tool
The component is open source and there are a few sharp edges that I am looking to fix.
You can check out the component demo here - react-transliterate
Take a look at the Github repo - react-transliterate: Transliteration component for React
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