ImageElement

AMD: require(["esri/layers/support/ImageElement"], (ImageElement) => { /* code goes here */ });
ESM: import ImageElement from "@arcgis/core/layers/support/ImageElement";
Class: esri/layers/support/ImageElement
Inheritance: ImageElement Accessor
Since: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.24

Represents an image element referenced in the MediaLayer's source. MediaLayer can display images that are supported by web browsers. Refer to the common image file types document for supported image types.

Coordinates of the image and video elements can be specified in any spatial reference and are projected to the view's spatial reference. The content is stretched linearly between the coordinates, therefore it’s recommended for the image or video to match the view’s spatial reference to align correctly, especially for content covering large areas like the entire earth.

Note that the maximum size of the image depends on the machine's GPU. The safest maximum size is 2048x2048px. The larger the image size, the longer it will take to be fetched and displayed.

// add a new imageElement and use extent and rotation
// to place the element on the map.
const imageElement = new ImageElement({
  image: "https://arcgis.github.io/arcgis-samples-javascript/sample-data/media-layer/neworleans1891.png",
  georeference: new ExtentAndRotationGeoreference({
    extent: new Extent({
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 102100
      },
      xmin: -10047456.27662979,
      ymin: 3486722.2723874687,
      xmax: -10006982.870152846,
      ymax: 3514468.91365495
    })
  })
});
See also:

Constructors

new ImageElement(properties)
Parameter:
properties Object
optional

See the properties for a list of all the properties that may be passed into the constructor.

Property Overview

Any properties can be set, retrieved or listened to. See the Working with Properties topic.
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Name Type Summary Class
HTMLImageElement|HTMLCanvasElement|ImageDatamore details

The image content referenced in the image element instance.

more detailsImageElement
Stringmore details

The name of the class.

more detailsAccessor
ExtentAndRotationGeoreference|CornersGeoreferencemore details

The geographic location of the image or video element to be placed on the map.

more detailsImageElement
String|HTMLImageElement|HTMLCanvasElement|ImageDatamore details

The image element to be added to the media layer's source.

more detailsImageElement
Numbermore details

The opacity of the element.

more detailsImageElement
Stringmore details

The element type.

more detailsImageElement

Property Details

The image content referenced in the image element instance. The content matches the image referenced in image parameter.

declaredClass Stringreadonly inherited

The name of the class. The declared class name is formatted as esri.folder.className.

The geographic location of the image or video element to be placed on the map. The location can be set by either specifying extent and rotation of the element, or corner points of the bounding box.

Examples:
// create a new ExtentAndRotationGeoreference
const geoReference = new ExtentAndRotationGeoreference({
  extent: new Extent({
    spatialReference: {
      wkid: 102100
    },
    xmin: -10047456.27662979,
    ymin: 3486722.2723874687,
    xmax: -10006982.870152846,
    ymax: 3514468.91365495
  })
});
const imageElement = new ImageElement({
  type: "image",
  image: "https://arcgis.github.io/arcgis-samples-javascript/sample-data/media-layer/neworleans1891.png",
  georeference: geoReference
});
// create a canvas image element by setting its corner points of the bounding box
const canvasElement = new ImageElement({
  image: canvas,
  georeference: new CornersGeoreference({
    bottomRight: new Point({
      x: -121.369,
      y: 45.061,
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 4326
      }
    }),
    bottomLeft: new Point({
      x: -122.363,
      y: 45.061,
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 4326
      }
    }),
    topRight: new Point({
      x: -121.369,
      y: 45.678,
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 4326
      }
    }),
    topLeft: new Point({
      x: -122.363,
      y: 45.678,
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 4326
      }
    })
  })
});

The image element to be added to the media layer's source. The image element can be URL string pointing the image for example.

Examples:
// create an image element pointing url of the image file
const stHelen = new ImageElement({
  image: "https://ubatsukh.github.io/arcgis-js-api-demos/data/nasa/mount_st_helens.jpeg",
  georeference: new CornersGeoreference({
    extent: new Extent({
      spatialReference: {
        wkid: 102100
      },
      xmax: -13544247.66023844,
      xmin: -13659744.009977184,
      ymax: 5858405.227033072,
      ymin: 5767445.163373847
    })
  })
});
// create an image element pointing to image data
const arr = new Uint8ClampedArray(40000);

// Iterate through every pixel
for (let i = 0; i < arr.length; i += 4) {
  arr[i + 0] = 0;    // R value
  arr[i + 1] = 190;  // G value
  arr[i + 2] = 0;    // B value
  arr[i + 3] = 255;  // A value
}

// Initialize a new ImageData object
let imageData = new ImageData(arr, 200);

// create a new image element pointing to the
// image data and set location of the image on the map
const imageDataElement = new ImageElement({
  image: imageData,
  georeference: extent
});
// create a canvas
const canvas = document.createElement("canvas");
const ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");
canvas.width = 200;
canvas.height = 200;
ctx.fillStyle = "blue";
ctx.fillRect(0, 0, 200, 200);

// add the canvas as an image element
const canvasElement = new ImageElement({
  image: canvas,
  georeference: extent
});
opacity Number

The opacity of the element. This value can range between 1 and 0, where 0 is 100 percent transparent and 1 is completely opaque.

Default Value:1
type Stringreadonly

The element type.

For ImageElement the type is always "image".

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