pub struct Gradient<C: Mix + Clone>(_);
A linear interpolation between colors.
It's used to smoothly transition between a series of colors, that can be
either evenly spaced or have customized positions. The gradient is
continuous between the control points, but it's possible to iterate over a
number of evenly spaced points using the
take method. Any point outside
the domain of the gradient will have the same color as the closest control
impl<C: Mix + Clone> Gradient<C>[src]
fn new<I: IntoIterator<Item = C>>(colors: I) -> Gradient<C>[src]
Create a gradient of evenly spaced colors with the domain [0.0, 1.0]. There must be at least one color.
Create a gradient of colors with custom spacing and domain. There must be at least one color and they are expected to be ordered by their position value.
Get a color from the gradient. The color of the closest control point
will be returned if
i is outside the domain.
n evenly spaced colors from the gradient, as an iterator.
Slice this gradient to limit its domain.
Get the limits of this gradient's domain.
impl<C: Clone + Mix + Clone> Clone for Gradient<C> where[src]
Returns a copy of the value. Read more
fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)1.0.0[src]
Performs copy-assignment from
source. Read more