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Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
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Raphael JavaScript Library
Raphael JavaScript Library
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  • 1. Raphaël JavaScript Library By Jax
  • 2. Step • Over View • Create Paper • Create Element • Sample run 1 • Element animate • Element event • Sample run 2 • drag • Sample run 3
  • 3. Over View • Raphael • Paper • Element • Animation • Matrix • Set
  • 4. Create Paper var paper = Raphael("elementId", 840, 480); var paper = Raphael(element, 840, 480); var paper = Raphael(10, 10, 840, 480);
  • 5. Create Element paper.circle(x, y, radius) paper.ellipse(x, y, radiusX, radiusY) paper.rect(x, y, width, height, [radius]) paper.text(x, y, text) paper.path("M10 10 L90 90") paper.image(src, x, y, width, height)
  • 6. Paper.path http://raphaeljs.com/reference.html#Paper.path Command Name Parameters M moveto (x y)+ Z closepath (none) L lineto (x y)+ H horizontal lineto x+ V vertical lineto y+ C curveto (x1 y1 x2 y2 x y)+ S smooth curveto (x2 y2 x y)+ Q quadratic Bézier curveto (x1 y1 x y)+ T smooth quadratic Bézier curveto (x y)+ A elliptical arc (rx ry x-axis-rotation large- arc-flag sweep-flag x y)+ R Catmull-Rom curveto* x1 y1 (x y)+
  • 7. Raphael.fn Raphael.fn.arrow = function (x1, y1, x2, y2, size) { return this.path( ... ); }; var paper = Raphael(10, 10, 630, 480); // then use it paper.arrow(10, 10, 30, 30, 5);
  • 8. Element.attr // get Element.attr('attrName') Element.attr(['attrName1', 'attrName2']) // set Element.attr('attrName', 'value') Element.attr({ 'attrName': 'value' })
  • 9. Element attributes • cx • cy • r • rx • ry • x • y • fill • fill-opacity • height • width • opacity • path • stroke • stroke-opacity • stroke-width http://raphaeljs.com/reference.ht ml#Element.attr
  • 10. Sample run 1 • In JsBin <script src="https://rawgithub.com/DmitryBaranovskiy/raphael/master/raphael-min.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></script>
  • 11. Element animate Element.animate(attrObj, ms, [easing]) • “linear” • “<” or “easeIn” or “ease-in” • “>” or “easeOut” or “ease-out” • “<>” or “easeInOut” or “ease-in-out” • “backIn” or “back-in” • “backOut” or “back-out” • “elastic” • “bounce”
  • 12. Element event • click (handler) • dblclick (handler) • drag(onmove, onstart, onend, [mcontext], [scontext], [econtext]) • hover(f_in, f_out, [in_context], [out_context]) • mousedown (handler) • mousemove (handler) • mouseout (handler) • mouseover (handler) • mouseup (handler) • onDragOver (handler)
  • 13. Sample run 2 • Use animate 200ms on hover
  • 14. Element Other Method • data(key, [value]) • removeData([key]) • glow([glow]) • clone() • remove() • show() • hide() • toBack() • toFront() • rotate(deg, [cx], [cy]) • scale(sx, sy, [cx], [cy]) • transform([tstr]) • translate(dx, dy) • resume([anim]) • status([anim], [value]) • stop([anim])
  • 15. drag paper.circle(50, 50, 20).attr('fill', 'red').drag( function (dx, dy, x, y, event) { this.attr({ cx: this.ox + dx, cy: this.oy + dy }); },  function (x, y, event) { this.ox = this.attr("cx"); this.oy = this.attr("cy"); } );
  • 16. Sample run 3

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