React-CanvasKit

Experiment in creating a custom react renderer using an offscreen webgl canvas on top of Skia CanvasKit

Examples

Paragraph with dynamic font loading

paragraph-demo

import type { FunctionComponent } from 'react'
import React from 'react'
import { FontManagerProvider } from 'react-canvaskit'
import ParagraphDemo from './ParagraphDemo'

const robotoPromise = fetch('https://storage.googleapis.com/skia-cdn/google-web-fonts/Roboto-Regular.ttf')
  .then((resp) => resp.arrayBuffer())
const notoColorEmojiPromise = fetch('https://storage.googleapis.com/skia-cdn/misc/NotoColorEmoji.ttf')
  .then((resp) => resp.arrayBuffer())

const fontsPromise = Promise.all([robotoPromise, notoColorEmojiPromise])

export const App: FunctionComponent = () => {
  const [fonts, setFonts] = React.useState<ArrayBuffer[] | undefined>(undefined)
  fontsPromise.then(fetchedFonts => setFonts(fetchedFonts))

  return (
    <FontManagerProvider fontData={fonts}>
      <ParagraphDemo/>
    </FontManagerProvider>
  )
}
import type { SkParagraph } from 'canvaskit-oc'
import React from 'react'
import type { SkObjectRef } from 'react-canvaskit'
import { PaintStyle, TextAlignEnum, useFontManager } from 'react-canvaskit'
import useAnimationFrame from './useAnimationFrame'

const fontPaint = { style: PaintStyle.Fill, antiAlias: true }

const X = 250
const Y = 250
const paragraphText = 'The quick brown fox ๐ŸฆŠ ate a zesty hamburgerfonts ๐Ÿ”.\nThe ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘งโ€๐Ÿ‘ง laughed.'

export default () => {
  const skParagraphRef = React.useRef<SkObjectRef<SkParagraph>>(null)
  const fontManager = useFontManager()

  const calcWrapTo = (time: number): number => 350 + 150 * Math.sin(time / 2000)
  const [wrapTo, setWrapTo] = React.useState(calcWrapTo(performance.now()))

  useAnimationFrame(time => setWrapTo(calcWrapTo(time)))

  return (
    <ck-canvas clear='#FFFFFF'>
      <ck-paragraph
        fontManager={fontManager}
        ref={skParagraphRef}
        textStyle={{
          color: '#000000',
          // Noto Mono is the default canvaskit font, we use it as a fallback
          fontFamilies: ['Noto Mono', 'Roboto', 'Noto Color Emoji'],
          fontSize: 50
        }}
        textAlign={TextAlignEnum.Left}
        maxLines={7}
        ellipsis='...'
        layout={wrapTo}
      >
        {paragraphText}
      </ck-paragraph>
      <ck-line x1={wrapTo} y1={0} x2={wrapTo} y2={400} paint={fontPaint}/>
      <ck-text x={5} y={450}
               paint={fontPaint}>{`At (${X.toFixed(2)}, ${Y.toFixed(2)}) glyph is '${glyph}'`}</ck-text>
    </ck-canvas>
  )
}

Simple Paint

hello-react-canvaskit

const App: FunctionComponent = () => {
  return (
    <ck-canvas clear={{ red: 255, green: 165, blue: 0 }}>
      <ck-text x={5} y={50} paint={{ color: '#00FFFF', antiAlias: true }} font={{ size: 24 }}>
        Hello React-CanvasKit!
      </ck-text>
      <ck-surface width={100} height={100} dx={100} dy={100}>
        <ck-canvas clear='#FF00FF' rotate={{ degree: 45 }}>
          <ck-text> React-CanvasKit.</ck-text>
          <ck-line x1={0} y1={10} x2={142} y2={10} 
            paint={{ antiAlias: true, color: '#FFFFFF', strokeWidth: 10 }}/>
        </ck-canvas>
      </ck-surface>
    </ck-canvas>
  )
}

const htmlCanvasElement = document.createElement('canvas')
const rootElement = document.getElementById('root')
if (rootElement === null) {
  throw new Error('No root element defined.')
}
rootElement.appendChild(htmlCanvasElement)
document.body.appendChild(htmlCanvasElement)
htmlCanvasElement.width = 400
htmlCanvasElement.height = 300

init().then(() => render(<App/>, htmlCanvasElement))

GitHub

https://github.com/udevbe/react-canvaskit