HTML5 lineJoin Property | lineJoin attributes of HTML5 canvas line

In this Html5 canvas tutorial we will discuss how to set lineJoin attributes of Html5 canvas line. Html5 Canvas lineJoin attributes and How to set lineJoin attributes using html5 Canvas will be presented here in this htm5 tutortial. Lets start with lineJoin Introduction. When two lines meets a corner is created.This meeting of two line in canvs is called lineJoin.

There are three types of lineJoin:

  • miter
  • bevel
  • round

the code for the lineJoin is given

context.lineJoin =type-of-lineJoin;

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shape of lineJoin

html5 Canvas lineJoin attributes

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1. miter

This is the default type of lineJoin in canvas.An edge is drawn at the join.
The maximum allowed ratio of miter length to line width is called miterLimit.
Its default value is 10.
The code to set lineJoin miter is

context.lineJoin="miter";

The shape of miter is given
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2. bevel

The second type of lineJoin is bevel.In bevel a diagonal is drawn
at the join.The code to set lineJoin bevel is given following.

context.lineJoin ="bevel";

The shape of bevel lineJoin is given under.
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bevel shape

lineJoin-bevel html5 Canvas

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3. round

The third type of line join is called round.
In this join a round edge is drawn at the join.
The code for the round lineJoin is given.

context.lineJoin ="round";

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round shape

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html5 Canvas lineJoin attributes complete code example

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    <html>
        <head>
            <title>The type of lineJoin.</title>
        </head>
        <body>
            <canvas id="myCanvas" width="600" height="200"
            style="border: 1px solid black">

            </canvas>
            <script> 
             var canvas  = document.getElementById("myCanvas");
             var context = canvas.getContext("2d");

                 context.strokeStyle = "black";
                 context.lineWidth   = 30;
                 // bevel lineJoin
                 context.lineJoin    = 'bevel';
                 context.beginPath();
                 context.moveTo(100,30);
                 context.lineTo(200,30);
                 context.lineTo(200,100);
                 context.stroke();
                 context.closePath();
                 // round lineJoin
                 context.lineJoin    = 'round';
                 context.beginPath();
                 context.moveTo(100,150);
                 context.lineTo(200,150);
                 context.lineTo(200,220);
                 context.stroke();
                 context.closePath();
                 // miter lineJoin
                 context.beginPath();
                 context.lineJoin    = 'miter';
                 context.moveTo(100,270);
                 context.lineTo(200,270);
                 context.lineTo(200,340);
                 context.stroke();
                 context.closePath();


            

            </script>
        </body>
  </html>
  

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HTML5 lineJoin attributes of html5 canvasline

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Live Demo lineJoin attributes of html5 canvas line

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