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pixi-spine

Spine 3.8 implementation for PixiJS v5.

Supports both json and skel formats.

PixiJS v5 Spine 3.8 - this branch, latest npm

PixiJS v5 Spine 3.7 - pixi5-spine3.7 branch npm 2.0.5

PixiJS v4 Spine 3.8 - pixi4-spine3.8 branch , no npm

PixiJS v4 Spine 3.7 - v4.x branch npm version 1.5.21

PixiJS v3 Spine 3.8 - pixi3-spine3.8 branch, no npm

Demos:

https://pixijs.io/examples/#/plugin-spine/spineboy-pro.js

https://pixijs.io/examples/#/plugin-projection/runner.js

https://sbfkcel.github.io/pixi-spine-debug/

Usage

Prebuilt Files

If you are just including the built files, pixi spine adds itself to a PIXI namespace:

new PIXI.spine.Spine();

Basic example

var app = new PIXI.Application();

document.body.appendChild(app.view);

app.loader
    .add('spineCharacter', 'spine-data-1/HERO.json')
    .load(function (loader, resources) {
        var animation = new PIXI.spine.Spine(resources.spineCharacter.spineData);

        // add the animation to the scene and render...
        app.stage.addChild(animation);
        
        // run 
        var animation = new PIXI.spine.Spine(spineBoyData);
        if (animation.state.hasAnimation('run')) {
            // run forever, little boy!
            animation.state.setAnimation(0, 'run', true);
            // dont run too fast
            animation.state.timeScale = 0.1;
        }
        
        app.start();
    });

Want to go advanced?

Read our docs.

Two-color tint

Light-dark tint is supported with help of pixi-heaven

let spine = new PIXI.heaven.Spine(spineData);

Debug

To show bones and bounds you can use pixi-spine-debug. If you want to write your own debug plugin, look at how this one was created

Demo: https://sbfkcel.github.io/pixi-spine-debug/

WebPack and Angular

Possible webpack way:

import * as PIXI from "pixi.js';
window.PIXI = PIXI;
import "pixi-spine";

Angular:

import * as PIXI from "pixi.js";
global.PIXI = PIXI;
require("pixi-spine");

Using webpack or browserify?

Our library is tested for integration with webpack and browserify, check our travis config and checkpack.

How to get a wrong result using browserify/webpack

If resource.spineData is missing and you consider to use resource.data instead, please don't do that and think about middlewares. You probably created loader before pixi-spine was connected to the project. Consider that you use app.loader, here's what to check:

if (app.loader._afterMiddleware.indexOf(PIXI.spine.AtlasParser.use) < 0) {
   app.loader.use(PIXI.spine.AtlasParser.use);
   console.log('Hey, I managed to initialize loader before pixi-spine module!');
}

If you see it in the console, then you should consider using pixi.js and pixi-spine as external dependencies and not pack them inside the build. Or at least create loader in the same module you call add and load functions.

Typescript

There's "bin/pixi-spine.d.ts" file, you can use it.

Spine version

We aim to support the latest stable version of spine.

If you are below Spine 3.5, please please enable "beta updates" and re-export everything from the spine editor.

According to spine runtime license, you can use runtime only if you have bought the editor, so exporting latest versions of animations shouldn't be a problem for you.

Building

You will need to have node setup on your machine.

Make sure you have yarn installed:

npm install -g yarn

Then you can install dependencies and build:

yarn
yarn build

That will output the built distributables to ./bin.