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Alvin Wan
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Apr 8, 2019 ⋅ 7 min read

When to use HTML5’s canvas

Alvin Wan PhD in artificial intelligence at UC Berkeley, focusing on small neural networks in perception for autonomous vehicles. Big fan of cheesecake, corgis, and Disneyland.

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3 Replies to "When to use HTML5’s canvas"

    1. Hey Tom, we’d like to support canvas someday, but no solid plans yet for when that might happen.

      If you really need to capture canvas with LogRocket, you can render it to an image and put it under the canvas, which would be hidden from the user but recorded by LogRocket.

      At any rate, we cover a lot of stuff LogRocket doesn’t support because it’s still useful info for the community. Thanks for reading

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