Create chemical pictures for the web.
To install it in node from npm:
npm i chempict
To import it in a webpage add a
<script>tag your webpage:
- a SMILES parser
- a coordinate generator
- a chemdoodle json writer
npm run lint
npm run format
- Validate jsdoc tags with eslint.
- Generate documentation with jsdoc.
- Implement vectorization with simd.js see also https://hacks.mozilla.org/2015/12/bringing-the-power-of-simd-js-to-gl-matrix/
- Depictions should try to follow Graphical representation standards for chemical structure diagrams (IUPAC Recommendations 2008).
The google closure library was used in kemia and some parts of it had been included as
Webpack is used to bundle a umd js file for web and node usage.
npmcdn is used to distribute the library for web usage.