Drawing axis and grids with Raphael JS Subscribe

When you do, learn or teach 2D graphics, you need to keep calculating coordinates, to figure out where objects should go.

Here's a simple function that will draw axis and optionally a grid on a Raphael canvas, to help you make these calculations.

The most common sizes for a Raphael Javascript canvas are (220,220) or (420,220).

You can tell what the arguments are - they also have default values.

Just copy the code and use it as you wish.

By: Razie | 2014-04-23 .. 2016-10-06 | Tags: post , js , raphael , grid , javascript , canvas , html |    

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