Welcome to the last part of the ‘HTML5 Canvas for Absolute Beginners’. In this article, we are going to show you some of the useful framework of HTML5 canvas. If you haven’t already, be sure to read the previous articles of this series first!
Ok, let’s see what are the frameworks available for web professionals to create images, animation and interaction. 🙂
Pros: Easy to use, good documentation, tutorials and examples are provided.
It contains a simple interface that allows properties and animations to be chained each together. With the help of framework, you can create simple shapes such as squares and rectangles with or without rounded corner, and even more complex shapes are possible. The framework is compatible on several browsers such as Firefox 3, Chrome 5, Safari 4, Opera 10 and Mobile Safari.
Pros: Easy to use and good documentation, tutorials, examples are provided.
Cons: Not working on IE.
Pros: Light weight, one of the popular framework with huge tutorials, examples provided.
Pros: Very good documentations and various features such as object conversion, mouse, keyboard handlers, vector geometry and etc.
Cons: Beginners may need to spend more time to master the framework.
Do you have any recommendation of framework for HTML5 Canvas? Share it on the comment section!