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gulp-imagemin - Minify PNG, JPEG, GIF and SVG images

  •    Javascript

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grunt-contrib-imagemin - Minify PNG and JPEG images.

  •    Javascript

Select optimization level between 0 and 7. The optimization level 0 enables a set of optimization operations that require minimal effort. There will be no changes to image attributes like bit depth or color type, and no recompression of existing IDAT datastreams. The optimization level 1 enables a single IDAT compression trial. The trial chosen is what OptiPNG thinks it’s probably the most effective. The optimization levels 2 and higher enable multiple IDAT compression trials; the higher the level, the more trials.

Imager.js - Responsive images while we wait for srcset to finish cooking

  •    Javascript

Imager.js is an alternative solution to the issue of how to handle responsive image loading, created by developers at BBC News. There are many responsive image solutions in the wild: srcset, src-n, PictureFill and so on. They are either verbose or hard to debug (and to maintain/integrate). Some of them don't deal well with pixel density and suffer from double asset payload (meaning you end up downloading assets unnecessarily).

lazysizes - High performance and SEO friendly lazy loader for images (responsive and normal), iframes and more, that detects any visibility changes triggered through user interaction, CSS or JavaScript without configuration

  •    Javascript

lazysizes is a fast (jank-free), SEO-friendly and self-initializing lazyloader for images (including responsive images picture/srcset), iframes, scripts/widgets and much more. It also prioritizes resources by differentiating between crucial in view and near view elements to make perceived performance even faster. It may become also your number one tool to integrate responsive images. It can automatically calculate the sizes attribute for your responsive images, it allows you to share media queries for your media attributes with your CSS, helping to separate layout (CSS) from content/structure (HTML) and it makes integrating responsive images into any environment really simple. It also includes a set of optional plugins to further extend its functionality.




SVGInjector - Fast, caching, dynamic inline SVG DOM injection library

  •    Javascript

A fast, caching, dynamic inline SVG DOM injection library. Developed by Waybury for use in iconic.js, part of the Iconic icon system. There are a number of ways to use SVG on a page (object, embed, iframe, img, CSS background-image) but to unlock the full potential of SVG, including full element-level CSS styling and evaluation of embedded JavaScript, the full SVG markup must be included directly in the DOM.

gulp-responsive - gulp-responsive generates images at different sizes

  •    Javascript

gulp-responsive depends on sharp. Sharp is one of the fastest Node.js modules for resizing JPEG, PNG, WebP and TIFF images. If you are using Mac OS then before installing gulp-responsive you should install the libvips library. Further information and instructions can be found in the sharp installation guide.

vue-progressive-image - Vue progressive image loading plugin

  •    Javascript

To be able to immediately show some feedback to the user, it is possible to pass a placeholder image, which could be also 1% the size of the main image: it will be blurred so you can go crazy with optimizations here. The progressive-background has a "content" slot, which can hold content that needs to be rendered over the background image and also can hold a preloader. This slot has one property called "visible" that tells you when, for example, a preloader needs to be visible or not.


v-viewer - Image viewer component for vue, supports rotation, scale, zoom and so on, based on viewer

  •    Javascript

To use v-viewer, simply import it and the css file, and call Vue.use() to install. Just add the directive v-viewer to any element, then all img elements in it will be handled by viewer.

imaging-heap - A command line tool to measure the efficiency of your responsive image markup across viewport sizes and device pixel ratios

  •    Javascript

There’s beauty in the breakdown of bitmap image data. A command line tool to measure the efficiency of your responsive image markup across viewport sizes and device pixel ratios. Works out-of-the-box with img (of course), img[srcset], img[srcset][sizes], picture, picture [srcset], picture [srcset][sizes]. Ignores .svg files. No support for background images (yet?).

grunt-responsive-images-extender - A Grunt plugin that extends HTML image tags with srcset and sizes attributes

  •    Javascript

Extend HTML image tags with srcset and sizes attributes to leverage native responsive images. The responsive_images_extender task will scan your source files for HTML <img> tags and extend them with srcset and optional sizes attributes to leverage native responsive images as described in Yoav Weiss' article.

zoomove - :mag: :fireworks: Enlarges the image with the mouse hover and move

  •    Javascript

It's a plugin developed with jQuery, that allows to dynamically zoom images with mouseover, and view details with mouse move. If you prefer you can just download a ZIP file.

jquery-canvas-area-draw

  •    JQuery

Canvas based ImageMap polygon editing textarea/input replacement for jQuery

rel-to-abs - Convert relative URLs to absolute URLs given an HTML source

  •    Javascript

Convert relative URLs to absolute URLs given an HTML source

srcset - Parse and stringify the HTML <img> srcset attribute

  •    Javascript

Parse and stringify the HTML <img> srcset attribute.Useful if you're creating a polyfill, build-tool, etc.