MyScript Common Element
myscript-common-element is a Web component that can be used in every web application to bring handwriting recognition and conversion.
It integrates all you need:
- Signal capture for all devices,
- Digital ink rendering,
- Link to MyScript Cloud to bring handwriting recognition.
Table of contents
If you're not familiar with MyScript and Interactive Ink, consider discovering its major features with our text demo and tutorial.
Simple text example of
- Easy to integrate,
- Digital ink capture and rendering,
- Rich editing gestures,
- Import and export content,
- Typeset support,
- More than 200 mathematical symbols supported,
- 65 supported languages.
- Have npm or yarn installed.
- Have a MyScript developer account. You can create one here.
- Get your keys and the free monthly quota to access MyScript Cloud at developer.myscript.com
Use an existing project or start a fresh one.
myscript-common-element and use it as showed in the Usage section.
npm install myscript-common-element
index.htmlfile in the same directory.
Add the following lines in the
headsection to import the library and the webcomponents polyfill.
- Still in the
headsection, add the following style:
- Use the component in the
bodysection with the keys you received by mail.
index.htmlfile should look like this:
- Launch a local Web server to start using it! We recommend to use the polymer one, you can find more information on the Polymer website.
You can find this guide and a more complete example on the MyScript Developer website.
You can find a complete documentation with the following sections on our Developer website:
- Get Started: how to use myscript-common-element with a full example,
- Editing: how to interact with content,
- Conversion: how to convert your handwritten content,
- Import and Export: how to import and export your content,
- Styling: how to style content.
We also provide a complete API Reference.
You can get support and ask your questions on the dedicated section of MyScript Developer website.
Sharing your feedback
Made a cool app with
myscript-common-element? We would love to hear about you!
We’re planning to showcase apps using it so let us know by sending a quick mail to email@example.com
We welcome your contributions: if you would like to extend
myscript-common-element for your needs, feel free to fork it!
Please take a look at our contributing guidelines before submitting your pull request.
This library is licensed under the Apache 2.0.