canvgc

A port of canvg & jscanvas, which pareses svg input and outputs js code to reproduce on a canvas.

npm install canvgc
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canvgc

canvgc is a nodejs tool for compiling SVG to html5 CanvasRenderingContext2D commands.

Version

0.1.3

Installation

npm install canvgc

Example

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" width="100" height="100">
  <circle cx="50" cy="50" r="40" stroke="black" stroke-width="2" fill="red"/>
</svg>
{
  "w": 100, 
  "h": 100,
  "d": [
    function ($, p) {
      $.save();
      p.stack++;
      $.strokeStyle = "rgba(0,0,0,0)";
      $.miterLimit = 4;
      $.font = "   10px sans-serif";
      $.translate(0,0);
      $.save();
      p.stack++;
      $.fillStyle = "red";
      $.strokeStyle = "black";
      $.beginPath();
      $.arc(50,50,40,0,6.283185307179586,true);
      $.closePath();
      $.fill();
      $.stroke();
      $.restore();
      p.stack--;
      $.restore();
      p.stack--;
    }
  ], 
  "i": {}
}

Usage (Server Side)

canvgc file.svg file.js # basic conversion

canvgc file.svg file.js --prepend 'window.canvgc={"file":' --append '};' # assign to some variable

canvgc file.svg file.js --prepend 'callback(' --append ');' # call a function with result

canvgc file.svg file.js --chunk 500 # break in to blocks of code (prevent event loop starvation when rendering large files)

Usage (Client Side)

  // basic render at original width & height, without transforms
  function render(canvas, plan){
    var painter = new Painter(plan,function(cb){window.setTimeout(cb,0);}); // can use setImmediate poly-fill

    canvas.width = plan.w;
    canvas.height = plan.h;

    // need to wait on load images - even for dataURL images.
    painter.loadImages(function(){
      // renders the whole file (even if chunked) in one go
      painter.renderImmediately(canvas.getContext('2d'))
      // if large file & is chunked
      //painter.renderDeferred(canvas.getContext('2d'), function(){ console.log('done');})
    })
  }

  render(document.getElementById('canvas'), window.canvgc.file);

Credits

Gabe Lerner (gabelerner@gmail.com) - http://code.google.com/p/canvg/

Michael Thomas - https://code.google.com/p/jscapturecanvas/

Thank You

To the authors of all of the projects on which this depends & is built upon.

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