php-imageoptim-api - PHP wrapper for ImageOptim API

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This library allows you to resize and optimize images using ImageOptim API.ImageOptim offers advanced compression, high-DPI/responsive image mode, and color profile support that are much better than PHP's built-in image resizing functions.



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