PIXI View Integration with RobotlegsJS


Keywords
TypeScript, Robotlegs, IoC, PIXI, pixijs, robotlegsjs
License
MIT
Install
npm install @robotlegsjs/pixi@2.0.0

Documentation

RobotlegsJS PixiJS Extension

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Integrate RobotlegsJS framework with PixiJS.

Installation

Get @robotlegsjs/pixi

You can get the latest release and the type definitions using NPM:

npm install @robotlegsjs/pixi --save

Or using Yarn:

yarn add @robotlegsjs/pixi

From version 0.2.0 of this package, the PixiJS dependencies were moved to peerDependencies, allowing the final user to choose the desired version of the pixi.js library on each project.

For pixi.js version 5

The @robotlegsjs/pixi package version ^2.0.0 is compatible with versions >=5.0.0 <6 version range of pixi.js library.

Since version 5.0.0 of pixi.js, the eventemitter3 library was removed and is not necessary anymore.

You can setup your project for version 5 of pixi.js using:

npm install @robotlegsjs/pixi@^2.0.0 pixi.js@^5.0.0 --save

or

yarn add @robotlegsjs/pixi@^2.0.0 pixi.js@^5.0.0

For pixi.js version 4

For pixi.js >=4.2.1 <5, please use @robotlegsjs/pixi version ^1.

npm install @robotlegsjs/pixi@^1.0.1 --save

or

yarn add @robotlegsjs/pixi@^1.0.1

Since each version of pixi.js v4 library defines which version of eventemitter3 library is being used, remember to also install the proper version of eventemitter3 in your project.

As example, when you would like to use the version 4.2.1 of pixi.js library, you can run:

npm install pixi.js@4.2.1 eventemitter3@^2.0.0 reflect-metadata --save

or

yarn add pixi.js@4.2.1 eventemitter3@^2.0.0 reflect-metadata

Setup of your project

Then follow the installation instructions of RobotlegsJS library to complete the setup of your project.

Dependencies

Peer Dependencies

Usage

import "reflect-metadata";

import * as PIXI from 'pixi.js';

import { Context, MVCSBundle } from "@robotlegsjs/core";
import { ContextView, PixiBundle } from "@robotlegsjs/pixi";

import { MyConfig } from "./config/MyConfig";
import { RobotlegsView } from "./view/RobotlegsView";

export class Game {

    private canvas: HTMLCanvasElement;
    private stage: PIXI.Container;
    private renderer: PIXI.Renderer;
    private context: Context;

    constructor () {
        this.canvas = <HTMLCanvasElement>(document.getElementById("canvas"));
        this.renderer = PIXI.autoDetectRenderer({
            width: 960,
            height: 400,
            view: this.canvas,
            backgroundColor: 0xffffff
        });
        this.stage = new PIXI.Container();

        this.context = new Context();
        this.context.install(MVCSBundle, PixiBundle).
            configure(new ContextView(this.stage)).
            configure(MyConfig).
            initialize();

        this.stage.addChild(new RobotlegsView());

        document.body.appendChild(this.renderer.view);

        this.render();
    }

    public render = () => {
        this.renderer.render(this.stage);
        window.requestAnimationFrame(this.render);
    }

}

let game: Game = new Game();

See full example here

Running the example

Run the following commands to run the example:

npm install
npm start

or:

yarn install
yarn start

Checking the example

You can check our example project here.

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License

MIT