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normalize-svg-path build

Convert all segments in a path to curves. Usefull if you intend to animate one shape to another. By defining all segments with curves instead of a mix of lines, arcs, and curves tweening becomes much simpler. It could also help you rewrite your SVG code according to the principles of narcissistic design.

Usage

npm install normalize-svg-path

var parse = require('parse-svg-path')
var abs = require('abs-svg-path')
var normalize = require('normalize-svg-path')

var segments = normalize(abs(parse('M0 0L10 10A10 10 0 0 0 20 20Z')))

API

normalize(path)

Translate each segment in path to an equivalent cubic bézier curve. The input path must be absolute.

normalize([['L',1,2]]) // => [['C',0,0,1,2,1,2]]
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