You need to have NPM installed to build the library.
git clone https://github.com/DmitryBaranovskiy/raphael.git
npm run start
npm run build
To run tests you need to open
dev/test/index.html in your browser, there's no automated way right now.
All files are UMD compliant.
You can use:
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Check Raphael-boilerplate to see examples of loading.
Raphael can be loaded in a script tag or with AMD:
Versions will be released as we gather and test new PRs. As there are a lot of browsers being supported it might take a while to accept a PR, we will use the feedback from other users too.
You can use the
raphaelTest.html to try things, you need to start a server in the root dir to start testing things there.
Something like running
python -m SimpleHTTPServer in the
raphael directory and hitting
http://localhost:8000/dev/raphaelTest.html with the browser. You should run
npm run start before this can work.
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