planck-renderer

2.2.0 • Public • Published

Small rendering library for plank-js

A small library for rendering objects from the planck-js library It is written without using third-party libraries and renders If you want to use planck-js together with stage-js libraries, then in the stage-js branch you can find another version

Install

npm

npm install planck-renderer --save

yarn

yarn add planck-renderer

Example

import { World, Edge, Vec2, Circle } from 'plank-js'
import Renderer, { Runner } from "planck-renderer";
 
const canvas = document.querySelector('#test')
const ctx = canvas.getContext('2d')
 
const world = new World(Vec2(0, -10));
const renderer = new Renderer(world, ctx)
 
const runner = new Runner(world, {
    // default settings
    speed: 1,
    fps: 60,
})
 
// init world entities
world.createBody().createFixture(Edge(Vec2(-40.0, 0.0), Vec2(40.0, 0.0)));
world.createDynamicBody(Vec2(0.0, 4.5)).createFixture(Circle(0.5), 10.0);
world.createDynamicBody(Vec2(0.0, 10.0)).createFixture(Circle(5.0), 10.0);
 
runner.start(() = {
    renderer.renderWorld()
}) // start rendering world

A more detailed example can be found in the folder example

Renderer

import renderer

import Renderer, { CanvasRenderer, SVGRenderer } from 'planck-renderer';

Where CanvasRenderer uses canvas for rendering, SVGRenderer - svg, default import Renderer automatically selects canvas

Renderer API


constructor

    // default options
const options = {
    scale: 16,
    strokeStyle: {
     dynamic: 'black',
     static: 'black',
     kinematic: 'black',
    },
}
const renderer = new Renderer(world, ctx, options)

renderer.draw

If you need to draw something on the canvas in addition to the physical objects of the engine, then you can do this in the renderer method. This method returns context

renderer.draw = (ctx) => {
    ctx.strokeText(`FPS: ${runner.fps}`0, 0)
}

custom figure drawing

 
const ball = world.createDynamicBody(Vec2(5.0, -30.0));
ball.createFixture(Circle(3.0), {
    density: 5.0,
});
ball.render = {
    stroke: 'tomato', // stroke style only for this body
    // or custom drawing function
    custom: (ctx, pos, size) => {
        // draw your circle
    }
}

custom render function

the first argument this function always returns context. For the circle, the next two arguments will be position (object - x, y) and size (number). For a polygon, the next two arguments will be position (object - x, y) and size (object - width, height)

Let's draw a ball texture instead of a circle

 
const renderer = new Renderer(world, ctx)
 
const init = img => {
    const ball = world.createDynamicBody(Vec2(5.0, -30.0));
    ball.createFixture(Circle(3.0), {
        density: 5.0,
    });
    ball.render = {
        stroke: 'tomato',
        custom: (ctx, pos, size) => {
            ctx.drawImage(ballImg, pos.x, pos.y, size, size)
            return true // optional
        }
    }
 
    renderer.startUpdate()
}
 
const img = new Image()
img.src = "https://pngriver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Download-Swimming-Pool-Ball-PNG-File.png"
img.onload = () => {
    init(img)
}

if the custom function returns true, then it draws the custom method and the built-in

Runner

import runner

import { Runner } from 'planck-renderer';

Runner API


constructor

    // default options
const options = {
    fps: 60,
    speed: 1.
}
const runner = new Runner(world, options)

start rendering world

runner.start(drawingFunction, updateFunction)

runner.start(
    () => {
        renderer.renderWorld()
    },
    () => {
        console.log('update')
    }
)

stop rendering world

runner.stop()

if you started the drawing and then stopped, then you can start the restart with the start command without arguments

runner.start(() => {
    renderer.renderWorld()
})
 
// later...
runner.stop()
 
// later...
runner.start() // this is equivalent to the previous run

custom runner

You are not required to use Runner to render the world. To use your own game loop, just call the renderer.renderWorld () method

(do not use this example in your projects, this is not correct)

setInterval(() => {
    renderer.renderWorld()
}, 1)

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