Canvas Language (also called "SCL") is a language that is typed onto
a webpage. An animation is described with SCL then
animation. This means that any SCL animation that
is loaded on a webpage can actually be edited on the
webpage. That is how we can offer editable templates.
create sprite from img.png as Spinner
where x=100 y=100 center=auto
having alt=(sub create rotation end)
create routine as Start
What kind of animations are these?
Our animations are sprite animations rendered on the HTML canvas.
By "sprite animation", we mean that the animation is
made up of individual moving images called "sprites".
In our Animation Studio you will customize animation templates
to fit your needs, then download them as a single file
that can run the animation on your website.
What makes this better than other solutions?
Canvas animations are one of several methods to add
animations to a webpage. Along with GIFS, CSS animations,
WEBP, and others, the canvas is another tool in the kit.
The canvas allows for interactivity and flexibility. The
shortcoming of canvas animations has been the need for
programming skills or special tools. SCL makes
using the canvas easier to program by adding a webpage
level interface that allows for pre-made configurable
templates. Another advantage of SCL is that the code
used in SCL can be easily viewed and shared. This makes
learning and customization even more flexible.