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I will no longer be maintaining this repo or the official KineticJS website because I have moved onto other ventures and projects. The latest version of KineticJS, 5.1.0, is very solid and can still be used in production applications. Please feel free to fork the repo if you'd like to make changes.
Concrete.js is the lightweight version of KineticJS. It supports perpherial things like hit detection, layering, pixel ratio management, exports, caching, and downloads. While KineticJS is a heavy weight framework based on a scene graph, Concrete.js doesn't have an opinion on whether or not your canvas app requires a scene graph. You can learn more by going to www.concretejs.com
Also, you can now find tars of every stable KineticJS build on www.kineticjs.com
bower install kineticjs
npm install kinetic- for Browserify. For nodejs you have to install some dependencies
Support of NodeJS is experimental.
We are using node-canvas to create canvas element.
npm install jsdom
npm install kinetic
Before doing all dev stuff make sure you have node installed. After that, run
npm install --devin the main directory to install the node module dependencies.
grunt --helpto see all build options.
To build a development version of the framework, run
grunt dev. To run a full build, which also produces the minified version and the individually minified modules for the custom build, run
grunt full. You can also run
grunt betato generate a beta version.
If you add a file in the src directory, be sure to add the filename to the sourceFiles array variable in Gruntfile.js.
KineticJS uses Mocha for testing.
grunt serverwith watch task. Just run it and go to http://localhost:8080/test/runner.html. After src file change kinetic-dev.js will be automatically created, so you just need refresh test the page.
KineticJS is covered with hundreds of tests and well over a thousand assertions. KineticJS uses TDD (test driven development) which means that every new feature or bug fix is accompanied with at least one new test.
grunt docswhich will build the documentation files and place them in the docs folder.