In part five of the series about the making of the web-based Microsoft Paint clone paint.js.org, I want to show how to implement support for dark mode in your web applications.
Kategorie: Project Fugu
In this fourth part of the series about the Microsoft Paint remake on paint.js.org, I want to demonstrate how you can save your drawings to your local disk, read them back later and how to add your web app as a handler for certain file extensions.
In part three of the series about the making of the web-based Microsoft Paint clone paint.js.org, I want to show how you can copy drawings from the Paint clone to other applications and paste them back.
After introducing into the project about the web-based Microsoft Paint clone in the first part of this series and talking about the choice of Web Components and the architecture of paint.js.org, I now want to demonstrate how I implemented the drawing functionality.
Progressive Web Apps and the new powerful web APIs provided by Project Fugu allow developers to implement desktop-class productivity apps using web technologies. In this six-part article series, Christian Liebel shows you the critical parts of how paint.js.org was made, a web-based clone of the productivity app dinosaur Microsoft Paint. In this first article, Christian gives you an overview of the project, explains the choice of Web Components, and discusses the basic app architecture of the web-based Microsoft Paint clone.