I’d like to be able to let a user stretch or squeeze an on-screen image (e.g., a photo) and then swap that image for another one to which the same stretch/squeeze parameters are applied. For example, the first image may be a house and the second image can be a schematic version of the house showing regions of heat loss. The user stretches the schematic image to zoom in on an area of high heat loss, then toggles back to the house to see that area correspondingly enlarged.
You might want to look into Cloudinary transformations for that:
Quick follow up: how can one do pinch and zoom of an image in a Thunkable app? Is there functionality to support that?
No. We would need multitouch detection and mouseUp events, both of which are missing from Thunkable.
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