Couple of days back, I got a task to capture image of an user. The image area is very limited in size. The user has to crop the image as per the required size and area to display. Before start worrying about the same, I was glad to see the features provided by WinJS.
We can use Windows.Media.Capture.CameraCaptureUI to invoke the camera and capture image. This not only shows the camera UI on screen but also displays the cropping options along with pixel adjustment and timer options.
Below is just a simple example of how it works.
<body> <input type="button" id="btnOpenCamera" value="Open Camera" /> <br /> <img src="#" id="imgCapture" alt="Caputured Image" style="display:none" /> </body>
We have added a button to open the camera and an image control to display the captured image on screen.