kandi X-RAY | dom-to-image Summary
kandi X-RAY | dom-to-image Summary
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I have been trying to convert an HTML node in my react code into Image and download it afterward. There are several libraries which we can use to perform that job for us like html-to-image, dom-to-image. But the problem is these libraries download the image at its view size, not at its original size.
I mean if I have a component that has different styles at different screens when I download an image of that component I want the image to have the styles of the larger screen, irrespective of what my current window size is.
If I have a responsive component that spreads and shrinks with the window size I want the image of that component to look like how the component looked at larger screens....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-12 at 06:08
If you want to download the image with the image's original dimension then simply use
height for width and height of the image.
If you want to download the image with the dimension of its container including padding used in the container, then use
clientHeight property of the image element.
I am using Social Sharing plugin in Ionic 5 and having issues in sharing image via whatsApp. If I share image via "shareViewWhatsApp" then everything works fine. After selecting contact it shows image that I am sharing.
But if I use "shareViaWhatsAppToPhone" or "shareViaWhatsAppToReceiver" to share image whatsapp contact directly then it seems to ignore the image and only shares text message....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 07:48
Hi i had the same issue earlier later i found out in this documentation(https://www.npmjs.com/package/cordova-plugin-x-socialsharing) it is clearly mentions files are ignored in android while sending directly to number
so u can try something like
I tried to follow every comment with a possible solution here to the letter. I relied on an example project on github as well which works perfectly.
This also started to happen to me after updating everything manually and when running the nx test command, occurrs this error.
My jest.config.js inside apps/my-app:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 22:47
From what I've found online, this seems like a common issue to projects using Jest and upgrading to Angular 13. Our project doesn't use
nx but are the updates to our Jest config:
I have a webpage in Ionic that uses qr-code to generate QR codes. The codes come from the NodeJS end-point and I generate the codes in frontend in Ionic app accordingly. So far I can easily generate the QR codes and print them individually.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 18:54
Finally, I found a solution for this. Instead of printing 10,000 times from the front end (angular app), I managed to do it from the backend (nodejs). In Nodejs I am converting all QR codes to stream (buffer) and then adding that buffer into excel sheet (exceljs). So I could have all those codes in one excel sheet and then I am printing the excel sheet.
I'm using the new dom-to-image lib and I'm facing this error when I try to call the
toPng method inside of a component.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-12 at 13:02
Seems there is an issue with the latest version of the lib. Try using this version:
I want to convert HTML DOM to an Image to a specific media query or resolution at least 1920px even the media query on that DOM is detected as Mobile.
Also, I have tried using dom-to-img but there's no option to render captured DOM on a specific media query, it always follows the media query that is currently active
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-25 at 10:45
There's no magic way, media queries are there to react to the size of the window.
Either size the window correctly or add a class to the body so you can force the same styles as if the media query was at the breakpoint you want.
I am trying to build react prod docker container with Azure DevOps pipelines. After I upgrade my build environment and code, Pipeline failed. After some research I add "--node-flags --max-old-space-size=8192" statement my build command. But it didn't matter. I also try tried relevant node containers for a build, it didn't work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-04 at 12:19
I was aware that the "--max-old-space-size=8192" parameter does not pass to build. So I dedided to add ENV in Dockerfile like " ENV NODE_OPTIONS="--max-old-space-size=8192"". Finally my Dockerfile transformed to:
I am trying to convert an SVG to a PNG image. For this reason I use the npm package "dom-to-image". This and all other packages I tried (e.g. html2canvas) do not show a pattern/image in the polygon.
Here is a small example: https://stackblitz.com/edit/angular-ivy-h5e3aw?file=src/app/app.component.html (External and internal Images produce the same result.)
How can I convert my complete SVG to a PNG?
Thank you very much....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 08:14
Convert your image link to a data URL and it will work.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 22:42
Using dom-to-image works for me
So I'm trying out Dom-to-Image but ran into a deadend. I have this div with a fixed
500px respectively. This is the div which I want to take a screenshot of with
left-aligned on the viewport, the screen capture is perfect and I can download the image. But if I make the div center with
margin: 0 auto;, then I get one-third of the screenshot and not the full image.
Here's the issue when it is centered:
What I want:
No matter where my div is placed, I only want to take the screenshot of that full div. How can I do that?
Here's the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-16 at 16:02
As said in the docs:
This library uses a feature of SVG that allows having arbitrary HTML content inside of the
So it basically copies the element with the css applied to it and runs them again within the
I assume this is done as such in case there's a background or some kind of coloration applied to the element, They probably didn't think much about the css properties that would alter placement or I just didn't read everything in the documentation.
With that said, To avoid this You will have to nest your element.
All your css property that alter the position of the element should be put on the container, everything else can stay on the DOM element you want to convert to an image.
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