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pyjamas

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

pyjamas is a port of Google's GWT to Python. It provides a stand-alone python-to-javascript compiler, an AJAX framework and library and a Widget Set framework that looks very similar to Desktop widget sets such as pyqt4 and pygkt2. With pyjamas, rich media applications can be written entirely in ... [More] python that run in all major web browsers. As of version 0.6, Pyjamas Desktop is now included by default, making it possible to run pyjamas python applications - unmodified - as native python Desktop applications. All HTML, CSS and plugin features are still available, even in the browser version, thanks to the use of browser engine technology. WebKit, XULRunner and MSHTML are the three current available options. [Less]

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Pyjs

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  Analyzed 2 days ago

Pyjs is a port of Google's GWT to Python. It provides a stand-alone python-to-javascript compiler, an AJAX library, widget toolkit, and general-purpose libraries that resemble desktop toolkits such as pyqt4 and pygkt2. With Pyjs, rich media applications can be written entirely in python, and ... [More] deployed for all major web browsers. Pyjs Native is now included by default, making it possible to run Pyjs applications -- unmodified -- as native Python desktop applications. HTML, CSS, and plugin features remain available, even in the browser version, thanks to ubiquitous browser engine technology. WebKit, XULRunner and MSHTML are the three current available options. [Less]

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over 1 year since last commit

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swtbcanvasfont

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Provide the ability of drawing text using GWTCanvas.The jars are compatible with GWT 1.5.3, 1.6.x and 1.7.x Add the following into your gwt.xml project file: Do not forget to add the following jars in the build path: gwt-incubator_1-5_Dec_28.jar for GWT 1.5.3 (available at ... [More] http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit-incubator/) or gwt-incubator-march-02-2009.jar for GWT 1.6.x/1.7.x swtbfont-0.1.jar swtbcanvasfont-0.2.jar The supplied font called Simplex has been created from the font of the same name you can find at URL: http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/dataformats/hershey/ We shall thank the creator and contributors to have released these fonts in the public domain. Example: package com.swtb.fontexample.client; import com.google.gwt.core.client.EntryPoint; /** * Entry point classes define onModuleLoad(). */ public class SWTBFontExample implements EntryPoint { Simplex simplex = new Simplex(); public void onModuleLoad() { RootPanel rootPanel = RootPanel.get(); SWTBCanvasText canvas = new SWTBCanvasText(800, 600); rootPanel.add(canvas); canvas.setFont(simplex); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("Hello world!", 20.0, 350.0, 0.0, 2.0); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.setLineWidth(2.0); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("This should be in bold", 20.0, 60.0, 0.0, 1.0); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.setItalic(true); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("This should be in italic", 20.0, 100.0, 0.0, 1.0); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.setItalic(true); canvas.setLineWidth(2.0); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("This should be in bold and italic", 20, 140, 0.0, 1.0); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.moveTo(20, 180); canvas.textTo("This should be normal", 20, 180, 0.0, 1.0); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.setItalic(true); canvas.setLineWidth(1.25); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("Diagonal going up", 50, 580, Math.toRadians(30), 0.75); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); canvas.saveContext(); canvas.setItalic(true); canvas.setLineWidth(1.25); canvas.beginPath(); canvas.textTo("Diagonal going down", 50, 220, Math.toRadians(-30), 0.75); canvas.stroke(); canvas.restoreContext(); } }The above code will produce the following image: NOTE: Version 0.1 of the Font Editor is available in the project swtbfonteditor. ---- For further information see the Javadoc included into swtbcanvasfont-0.2.jar [Less]

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swtbfonteditor

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Font Editor for GWTCanvasText where GWTCanvasText is an extension providing text into a GWTCanvas. See project gwtcanvastext for more details on GWTCanvasText. The font editor is now available. It has been tested on Tomcat 6 but should run as well with Tomcat 5.5. It is using GWT 1.7 and it ... [More] is not backward compatible with GWT 1.5.3 and down. How to install? Simply deposit the war into the webapps of Tomcat. URL: http://WARNING: If you save a new font or generate the Java code of a font you must take a backup before undeploying the war, otherwise you will lost your work. The saved and generated font are the directory /SWTBFontEditor/data/ [Less]

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