CoffeeScript and PaperJS.
Simply instantiate a
Vex.Fretboard.Div passing in the selector of a
element as the first parameter.
build(code) on the instance to draw. If
code is specified, it must
be in the syntax described below. If
code is not specified, the contents
div element are parsed.
The above fretboard was rendered with the following code:
fretboard show frets=3,4,5 string=1 show frets=3,4,5 string=2 color=red show fret=3 string=6 text=G show notes=10/1,10/2,9/3,9/4
Take a look at the article on My VexFlow for usage and examples.
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