Harness is a Lua toolkit to help scaffold your LÖVE user experience.
Harness uses Kikito’s tween library.
Symlink (or copy) harness into the examples directory.
ln -s $(pwd) examples/
Then symlink the example you want as
ln -s full-example.lua main.lua
Now you can run it
The digit roller simply watches a value on a table for changes, this value must be a number value. The roller then interpolates the displayed value via a tween, so it appears to count up or down.
Here is a list of easing functions available.
The aperture provides a constrained view of a larger drawing. Like the photographer who touches the tips of her thumbs together, framing a shot.
figure 1 shows some text drawn to the screen. The top frame indicates the aperture position and size, anything drawn in this area is visible.
The hotspot is a simple yet magical thing. Use it to track clicking on areas easier.
Provides a camera to limit drawing to arbitrary positions. It allows drawing scrollable surfaces inside a frame, the motion of moving the camera is fluid, and it can look at any arbitrary point inside it’s view. It also provides a function to center the camera on any point.
Provides a clickable button similar to a hotspot, with the exception you don’t specify the size, which is automatically measured from the button text. It provides high flexibility as demonstrated in the examples by creating a two-state switch component.
Also see widget collection documentation
Provides a line chart display. Overwrite the drawing functions to draw your own beautiful lines.
Provides some trigonometry functions.
LDoc is used to generate documentation for the source code, it is included as a git submodule. It requires the penlight rock.
# pull the LDoc submodule git submodule init && git submodule update # install penlight dependency luarocks install penlight
lua LDoc/ldoc.lua .
Find the documentation under
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