About the project
To deliver a top-notch developer experience and user experience, we put
hundreds thousands of hours of unpaid work into tiptap. Your funding helps us to make this work more and more financially sustainable. This enables us to provide helpful support, maintain all our packages, keep everything up to date, and develop new features and extensions for tiptap.
Give back to the open source community and sponsor us on GitHub! ♥
Your benefits as a sponsor 💖
- Get early access to private repositories
- Your issues and pull requests get a
- Get a sponsor badge in all your comments on GitHub
- Invest in the future of tiptap
- Give back to the open source community
- Show support in your GitHub profile
Sounds good? Sponsor us on GitHub!
The maintainers of tiptap
If you are thankful for tiptap, you should say thank you to the lovely people of überdosis. The amazing company we are all building together and the amazing company that funded the initial development costs of tiptap.
AND you should definitely hire us if you want us to design und build an amazing digital product for you. Bonus points if it’s somehow text editing related.
But here are the friendly faces of the two maintainer of tiptap, Philipp Kühn (left) and Hans Pagel (right). You’ve probably read our names in the thousands of commits, pull requests or Tweets already.
More peace of mind
Companies betting on tiptap probably want some peace of mind and ensure that we keep maintaining tiptap, but don’t forget that our work is based on the work of other lovely people that you should definitel sponsor too:
- Sponsor Marijn Haverbeke (ProseMirror)
- Sponsor Kevin Jahns (Y.js)
- Sponsor y-collective (Y.js + tiptap)
Frequently asked questions
I can’t use GitHub. How can I support you?
If you’re a company, don’t want to use GitHub, don’t have a credit card or want a proper invoice from us, just reach out to us at email@example.com.
I want consulting. What’s your rate?
We don’t do any calls, consulting or personal support for tiptap. If you have an issue, a question, want to talk something through or anything else, please use GitHub issues to keep everything accessible for the whole community.
Can we have a call?
Nope, we are big fans of asynchronous communication. If you really need to reach out in private, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, but don’t expect technical email support.