phaser3-nineslice

A 9-slice implementation for Phaser 3

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Phaser3 9-slice Plugin
This is built for Phaser v3 and was inspired by the fantastic v2/CE version
contributed by AleBlesAleBles. Find it at @orange-games/phaser-ninesliceorange.

What is 9-slice scaling?

tl;dr: See a demodemo-url! 9-slice scaling is a technique to deform a 2D texture allowing it to be scaled without deforming the corners. Usually this is done to retain the shape or embelishments on the corners. Wikipedia has a good descriptionwiki. But it's pretty easy to show an example: 9-slice scaling example

Requirements

  • phaser3-nineslice version >= 0.4.0 require Phaser >= 3.12.
  • phaser3-nineslice versions 0.3.x require Phaser >= 3.10.

Getting the plugin: Directly including it.

Include nineslice.js in your project: ```html ``` I used this method in the demo. The source is included in this repository.

Getting the plugin: npm and yarn

npm This is published under phaser3-nineslicenpmjs add can be added to your project via: ```bash
npm:
npm install phaser3-nineslice --save
yarn:
yarn add phaser3-nineslice ```

Usage

Once you've included the plugin through one of the methods above there are two final steps to make use of it in your project:

  1. Enable the Plugin in your Game config:

```javascript // Assuming you use use ES6 imports... import { Plugin as NineSlicePlugin } from 'phaser3-nineslice' import { Scene1 } from './scene' let phaserConfig = { type: Phaser.AUTO, parent: 'phaser-display', backgroundColor: '0x9a9a9a', width: 800, height: 600, plugins: {
global: [ NineSlicePlugin.DefaultCfg ],
}, scene: Scene1 , } new Phaser.Game(phaserConfig) ``` You likely won't need to mess with it but, internally, DefaultCfg is defined as { key: 'NineSlice', plugin: NineSlicePlugin, start: true } but any key can be used if you need to change it.

  1. Use the plugin to make 9-sliced objects!

The easiest way to construct a new sliced object is to use the new GameObjectFactory method (this.add.nineslice) or new GameObjectCreator method (this.make.nineslice). ```javascript create() {
this.dlg = this.add.nineslice(
110, 110,   // this is the starting x/y location
340, 240,   // the width and height of your object
'dlgLarge', // a key to an already loaded image
88,         // the width and height to offset for a corner slice
24          // (optional) pixels to offset when computing the safe usage area
)
// ... additional scene creation code
} ``` Examining the resulting object added to your scene we can observe how the numbers above are used. 9-slice layout The red lines are the slices that have been created out of the underlying texture. The green rectangle is an area called the "safe usable area" which represents the space that can be used to house content within this 9-slice object. It's available as a Phaser.Geom.Retangle via .getUsableBounds method on the 9 slice object. Whenever the object changes x/y position or is resized an event NineSlice.EVENT.UPDATE_SAFE_BOUNDS is emitted; code refemitref. Spritesheets and Texture Atlases The fifth paramater is used to specify the texture and can be provided as a string to use a loaded texture or an object with the structure ```javascript { key: string, frame: string | number, } ``` if you would like to specify a frame within a spritesheet or atlas indicated by key. Non-uniform corner slices If your texture doesn't have uniform corners you can define the width and height offsets of each independently using a slightly more complicated format. The same true for the safe usage area. ```javascript this.dlg = this.add.nineslice( 110, 110, 340, 240, 'kenny', 35, 15, 15, 15, ) ``` This results in the following texture slicing: 9slice with non-uniform corner sizes When an array is used it can be 1 to 4 elements and the values are assigned the same way as when defining border offsets in CSS. Array Length | Use | Explanation | ------------- | ---- | ----------- | 1 | [ topRightBottomLeft ] | The first (only) element is used as the value for all four sides 2 | [ topBottom, leftRight ] | The first element is used for the top and bottom, the second element is used as the for the left and right 3 | [ top, rightLeft, bottom ] | The first element is used for the top, second is used for the right and left, and the third element is used for the bottom 4 | [ top, right, bottom, left ] | Each element is assigned to a specific side In addition to switching to an array to define the pixel offsets for the corners our example also left out the safe area usage. In this case will be derived from the four corner offsets as seen above by the green area. If an array is used instead of a number it is expanded in the same way as Resizing your 9 Slice Directly setting the .width and .height attributes will cause scaling issues (#1iss1). If you wish to change the object's size you should use .resize: ```javascript this.dlg = this.add.nineslice(
110, 110, 340, 240, 'kenny',
[35, 15, 15, 15],
) // ... this.dlg.resize(400, 400) ``` If the call to resize would result in the safe area having an area of less than 0 or the corners to overlap then it will only reduce its size to that point. Direct Configuration In addition to the factory/creator methods you can construct a NineSlice directly: ```javascript this.dlg = new NineSlice.NineSlice( scene, // the parent scene of this objects sliceConfig, // configures the source texture and layout of slice relative to it positionConfig, // specifies location and dimensions of the constructed object ) ``` For details about the structure of the config objects referenced above see NineSliceConfig and PositionConfig in types.js. They may also be passed to .add and .make: ```javascript this.make.nineslice(sliceConfig, positionConfig) ``` Summary Valid arguments to .add.nineslice and .make.nineslice are: ``` Arguments = | (NineSliceConfig, PositionConfig) | (x: number,
y: number,
w: number,
h: number,
source: FrameSelection,
corner: OffsetConfig,
safeArea: OffsetConfig | null)
FrameSelection = | key: string | {
key: string,
frame: number | string,
}
OffsetConfig = | number | topRightBottomLeft: number | topBottom: number, rightLeft: number, | top: number, rightLeft: number, bottom: number, | top: number, right: number, bottom: number, left: number ```