Last post Jun 21, 2011 05:21 AM by firstname.lastname@example.org
Jun 21, 2011 05:21 AMemail@example.com|LINK
A new version of the ImageResizer is available and can be downloaded at
imageresizing.net. It is free and open-source.
NuGet packages for the
core and most plugins are now available!
Resize, crop, rotate, watermark, and modify images without ever leaving your code editor or browser, with a simple API.
Stop managing multiple image versions. Stop the endless photoshop-upload-test cycle, and let images become the easiest part of your job.
The most popular features are free and open-source:
Works with IIS 5, 5.1, 6, 7, and 7.5 in both classic and integrated mode.
Low-trust compatible. Compatible with every hosting plan (as far as we know).
Works with bitmaps, streams, files, uploaded files, amazon S3 buckets, sql databases, and more. Understands jpeg, png, gif, tiff, exif, and psd formats.
Our simple Freedom license frees you from worry. Even paid plugins permit source modification and redistribution. And source comes with everything.
stress = 0;
No memory leaks. Optimized data streaming. Scale to millions of images and millions of requests with smart caching plugins
Every combination of commands is supported.
This, for example, rotates 90 degrees, crops to a square, sizes to 300x300, flips horizontally, adds a 5 pixel gray border and a 10 pixel black padding.
?format=png &width=300 &height=300 &crop=auto &rotate=90 &bgcolor=black &flip=h &borderWidth=5 &borderColor=gray &paddingWidth=10
Installation requires 2 steps (or 1, using NuGet).
Go to ImageResizing.Net to get started!