Namespace: render

algo. render

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Classes

Arrow
Circle
Element
LetterTile
LinearGradient
Rectangle

Methods

<static> ElementGroup()

an element group is any related or unrelated set of elements to which you want to apply properties in unison. The constructor accepts arrays or individual elements or a map or elements e.g. the children properties of an element new algo.render.ElementGroup(element1, element2) or new algo.render.ElementGroup(elementArray, element1, anotherElementArray, element2) or new algo.render.ElementGroup(element.children)
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<static> Line()

stroked and filled line, defined by properties x/y/x2/y2 NOTE: Due to the way CSS transforms are applied the stroke, if any, will be included as part of the line. For now I recommend not using strokes on lines.
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<static> Surface()

an animation / display surface composed of n layers, each composed of n elements.
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algo. render

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Classes

Arrow
Circle
Element
LetterTile
LinearGradient
Rectangle

Methods

<static> ElementGroup()

an element group is any related or unrelated set of elements to which you want to apply properties in unison. The constructor accepts arrays or individual elements or a map or elements e.g. the children properties of an element new algo.render.ElementGroup(element1, element2) or new algo.render.ElementGroup(elementArray, element1, anotherElementArray, element2) or new algo.render.ElementGroup(element.children)
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<static> Line()

stroked and filled line, defined by properties x/y/x2/y2 NOTE: Due to the way CSS transforms are applied the stroke, if any, will be included as part of the line. For now I recommend not using strokes on lines.
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<static> Surface()

an animation / display surface composed of n layers, each composed of n elements.
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