dali

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dali is a Clojure library for representing, exporting and manipulating the SVG graphics format.

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dali

I do not understand why, when I ask for grilled lobster in a restaurant, I'm never served a cooked telephone. -- Salvador Dalí

dali is a Clojure library for representing the SVG graphics format. It allows the creation and manipulation of SVG files. The syntax used to describe the graphical elements is based on hiccup with a few extensions.

The main advantage of dali is that it provides facilities to perform complex layouts without having to position elements explicitly.

Here's a hello world for dali:

(require '[dali.io :as io])

(def document [:dali/page [:circle {:stroke :indigo :stroke-width 4 :fill :darkorange} [30 30] 20]])

(io/render-svg document "hello-world.svg")

;;you can also rasterize directly using Batik: (io/render-png document "hello-world.png")

Here's a more substantial example of the kind of SVG you can produce with dali without having to specify the exact coordinates to position the elements:

[source for diagram]

Using dali in your project

Before adding dali as a dependency, please consider that it's still alpha quality and the API and syntax can (and very likely will) change. Just add this to the dependencies of your

project.clj
:
[dali "1.0.2"]

Or this, to your

deps.edn
:
dali/dali {:mvn/version "1.0.2"}

Documentation

Roadmap

Planned for the future:

  • Porting basic functionality to ClojureScript.
  • More pre-fabricated elements.

Contributors

License

Copyright © 2014-2020 Stathis Sideris

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.

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