An experiment in using Canvas, Node and Socket.io to create a multi-user browser-based drawing app. You can see the other people drawing with you in real-time, even if they're on another continent. Check out the live site, hosted by Nodejitsu, at draw.jit.su. Make sure to open it on two devices at the same time!
In its current form, it uses a search engine to grab color palettes from the API of a color-sharing website called colourlovers.com.
In the future, it may or may not incorporate the following features:
- The ability to take snapshots of the canvas and save them to disk or upload them to social media sites or email them.
- The ability to grab from other palette collections.
- Other fun stuff. Ideas?
Upcoming near-term feature changes can be found in the Issues tab.
Licenses for Pedro Ha's original version of this app and also for excanvas.js (by Google) can be found in the appropriate folders (see Origin above). All subsequent work is:
Copyright (c) 2011 Richard Harrington
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