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canvas 2.11.2

Canvas graphics API backed by Cairo
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Package created
19 Dec 2010
Version published
2 Apr 2023
Maintainers
8
Total deps
63
Direct deps
3
License
MIT

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MIT License

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31 Packages, Including:
agent-base@6.0.2
ansi-regex@5.0.1
balanced-match@1.0.2
brace-expansion@1.1.11
canvas@2.11.2
concat-map@0.0.1
debug@4.3.4
decompress-response@4.2.1
delegates@1.0.0
emoji-regex@8.0.0
https-proxy-agent@5.0.1
is-fullwidth-code-point@3.0.0
make-dir@3.1.0
mimic-response@2.1.0
minizlib@2.1.2
mkdirp@1.0.4
ms@2.1.2
nan@2.18.0
node-fetch@2.7.0
object-assign@4.1.1
path-is-absolute@1.0.1
readable-stream@3.6.2
safe-buffer@5.2.1
simple-concat@1.0.1
simple-get@3.1.1
string-width@4.2.3
string_decoder@1.3.0
strip-ansi@6.0.1
tr46@0.0.3
util-deprecate@1.0.2
whatwg-url@5.0.0

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29 Packages, Including:
abbrev@1.1.1
aproba@2.0.0
are-we-there-yet@2.0.0
chownr@2.0.0
color-support@1.1.3
console-control-strings@1.1.0
fs-minipass@2.1.0
fs.realpath@1.0.0
gauge@3.0.2
glob@7.2.3
has-unicode@2.0.1
inflight@1.0.6
inherits@2.0.4
lru-cache@6.0.0
minimatch@3.1.2
minipass@3.3.6
minipass@5.0.0
nopt@5.0.0
npmlog@5.0.1
once@1.4.0
rimraf@3.0.2
semver@6.3.1
semver@7.6.0
set-blocking@2.0.0
signal-exit@3.0.7
tar@6.2.0
wide-align@1.1.5
wrappy@1.0.2
yallist@4.0.0

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@mapbox/node-pre-gyp@1.0.11

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Direct Dependencies

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β“˜ This is a list of canvas 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
@mapbox/node-pre-gyp1.0.111 BBSD-3-Clause
prod
nan2.18.074.96 kBMIT
prod
simple-get3.1.14.88 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does canvas do?

Node-canvas is a Cairo graphics library-backed canvas implementation for Node.js. It allows users to create programmatically controlled images in web servers and Node.js programs. It can create all type of graphics like lines, text, images including their properties like colors, shape, and style, etc.

How do you use canvas?

To use canvas, Installation is accomplished via npm like so:

$ npm install canvas

You can then require the canvas module and begin creating graphics. Here is a quick example:

const { createCanvas, loadImage } = require('canvas')
const canvas = createCanvas(200, 200)
const ctx = canvas.getContext('2d')

ctx.font = '30px Impact'
ctx.rotate(0.1)
ctx.fillText('Awesome!', 50, 100)

var text = ctx.measureText('Awesome!')
ctx.strokeStyle = 'rgba(0,0,0,0.5)'
ctx.beginPath()
ctx.lineTo(50, 102)
ctx.lineTo(50 + text.width, 102)
ctx.stroke()

loadImage('examples/images/lime-cat.jpg').then((image) => {
  ctx.drawImage(image, 50, 0, 70, 70)

  console.log('<img src="' + canvas.toDataURL() + '" />')
})

Where are the canvas docs?

The canvas package documentation can be found on the Mozilla Web Canvas API link provided in the Readme and the Compatibility Status page for the current API compliance. All utility methods and non-standard APIs are documented in the Readme itself. For more detailed utilization and instructions, please refer to the wiki of the Github repository.