electron-canvas-to-buffer - in Electron, turns a Canvas into a Buffer

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With Electron, turns a Canvas element into a Node Buffer.This module uses Electron built-ins (native-image), so it is only useful within that environment.

https://github.com/mattdesl/electron-canvas-to-buffer

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