Oops… I started this blog almost half a year ago and totally forgot to post after that. Nevertheless, I am working on open source projects all these times, which I will write more about, on the following posts.

This post is about the Spirocanvas web application, that I have been developing for the past one month. This application lets user to draw amazing spirographs and allows them to be shared to their friends on social networks. Technically, this project is based on the brand new <canvas> element, that is the part of HTML5 specification and I started this project mainly to learn HTML5.

This project was once hosted on code.google.com @ http://code.google.com/p/spirocanvas/. But just recently I moved the code to github @ https://github.com/saiy2k/spirocanvas.


What this app is about:

This app let you draw cool spirographs with a single click. Tapping on Random button at the bottom draws cool looking randomly generated spirographs. You can control exactly how the graph should be drawn using the controls at the left side. Each graph is drawn in a separate layer. These layers can be reordered, deleted using the layers panel at the right.

Update – Jan, 2012:

The development is over and the project is not hosted at http://www.gethugames.in/spirocanvas/. The app still needs some polish at many things. It looks much like a prototype than a complete product. But I am not going to spend more time with this now, as I am trying out new things (especially games) now. But will come back and give final touches to spirocanvas soon.