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In the year 2020, Microsoft added a new capability to the Image Viewer Web part Resize and Crop. These are excellent features, but I want to try to give the End User more Manipulation Options. I was thinking about Flip and Rotate. First, I tried with CSS it worked, but for me, an Image-Editor should work in every combination of applied manipulations.


So, I started to play with canvas.


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How HTML canvas  works


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The next step is to draw an image to our HTML canvas


 


 

<canvas id="myCanvas" width="200" height="100" style="border:1px solid #d3d3d3;"></canvas>
<script>
  const img= new Image()
  img.crossOrigin = "Anonymous";
  img.addEventListener("load", imageReceived, false);
  img.src='https://pnp.github.io/images/hero-parker-p-800.png';

  function imageReceived() {
  const c = document.getElementById("myCanvas");
  const ctx = c.getContext("2d");
  c.width = img.width;
  c.height = img.height;
  ctx.drawImage(img, 0, 0);
  ctx.font = "30px Arial";
  ctx.strokeText("Hello PnP-Community",10,50);
}
</script>

 


 


Parker draw on canvasParker draw on canvas


 


How to Flip such thing


FlipY


 


 

ctx.translate(c.width, 0);
ctx.scale(-1, 1);

 


 


Flip Parker YFlip Parker Y


FlipX


 


 

ctx.translate(0, c.height);
ctx.scale(1, -1);

 


 


Flip Parker XFlip Parker X


Rotate:


To explain rotation, I start with a straightforward Sample


I draw only a Rectangle on a canvas


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Then I rotate this thing for 20 Degree


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As you can see the rotation Point is not in the Center of the Canvas. The Rotation Point is at Position 0,0


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For this sample I want to rotate the Rectange from the center of the Black box. So we have to move center to position 0,0 than the rotation and than move it back to original position. 


 


 Now it looks good, but the edges are out of the canvas. Due to the rotation, the height and width has to be changed. Welcome back to maths class.


To i Combine the previous knowledge with the basic Parker Sample here it is


 


 

const img= new Image()
  img.crossOrigin = "Anonymous";
  img.addEventListener("load", imageReceived, false);
  img.src='https://pnp.github.io/images/hero-parker-p-800.png';

  function imageReceived() {
  const c = document.getElementById("myCanvas");
  const ctx = c.getContext("2d");
  const oldwidth =c.width = img.width;
  const oldheight =c.height = img.height;
  const degree=20;
  const radian=degree*Math.PI/180 //Radian
  
  const a = oldwidth * Math.abs(Math.cos(radian));
  const b =  oldheight * Math.abs(Math.sin(radian));
  const p = oldwidth * Math.abs(Math.sin(radian));
  const q =  oldheight * Math.abs(Math.cos(radian));
  const newwidth = a + b;
  const newheight = p + q;

   const offsetwidth = (newwidth - oldwidth) / 2;
   const offsetheight = (newheight - oldheight) / 2;
    c.width = newwidth;
    c.height = newheight;
  
  ctx.translate(newwidth/2,newheight/2);
  ctx.rotate(radian);
  ctx.translate(-newwidth/2,-newheight/2);
  
  ctx.fillStyle = "#0078d4";
  ctx.fillRect(offsetwidth,offsetheight,oldwidth,oldheight);
  
  ctx.drawImage(img, offsetwidth, offsetheight);
   ctx.font = "30px Arial";
  ctx.strokeText("Hello PnP-Community",offsetwidth+10,offsetheight+50);
  
}

 


 


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Thank’s, Parker to be my Top-Model


Try it sp-dev-fx-webparts/samples/react-image-editor at master · pnp/sp-dev-fx-webparts (github.com)


 


 

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