Winwheel.js Examples

See the examples below for some of the types of wheels, and other things, that you can create with Winwheel.js


Basic code wheel

In this example I show how to create a basic code-drawn wheel by passing parameters in to the Winwheel.js constructor.


The wheel has a spin to stop animation alerts the prize won to the user.

Basic Image wheel

In this example I show how to create a wheel out of a single graphically rich image.


Image wheels can have code-drawn text in the segments, which allows for some flexibility, this example show that.

Wheel of Fortune style wheel

In this example I show how to create a Wheel of Fortune style wheel using the code-drawn mode of Winwheel.js

One image per segment

In this example I show how to create a wheel using individual images for each segment.


This gives more flexibility over creating the wheel out of a single image, because you could mix and match the segments.

Hollow wheel

In this example I show how to create a hollow (doughnut) wheel with Winwheel.js


One of the things a hollow wheel can be useful for is to have a stationary wheel center by showing the background through the hole in the wheel.

2 Part wheel

In this example I show how to create a 2 part wheel, with 2 rings of segments.


This is achieved by creating a second Winwheel object and positioning it inside the first wheel, then linking their rotation angle together in the animation.


The examples are only a small sample of what is possible with Winwheel.js; I highly recommend that you take a look though the tutorials to see all of the properties and features of Winwheel.js