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Discussion in 'Programming General' started by tldr, Jun 27, 2012.
This is really neat.
Very interesting. I good resource for those who understand HTML5!
What's the point in using that instead of doing it the usual way?
i saw canvas and got really excited because i thought it was an art thing like iscribble
im so disappointed
Because a lot of people prefer the jQuery syntax, like me. Also, this makes things a hell of a lot simpler and more understandable.
And I know nothing about coding. Lulz, thank you for clearing that up!
I doubt, it is simply a framework and no own language and I don't see why it should become one.
To get a even better taste, combine CoffeeScript with jQuery, that kicks ass for js-development.
I've been playing around with this, and it's interesting, but the events don't seem to work like you would think they do. It's not clear which properties of a layer you can change in response to an event on that layer and which you need to redraw he layer for. They have examples of stroke width changing on mouseover for example, which work fine, but when you change layer position instead, it doesn't work as well.