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imaginary - Fast, simple, stateless HTTP microservice for high-level image processing with first-class support for Docker & Heroku

  •    Go

Fast HTTP microservice written in Go for high-level image processing backed by bimg and libvips. imaginary can be used as private or public HTTP service for massive image processing with first-class support for Docker & Heroku. It's almost dependency-free and only uses net/http native package without additional abstractions for better performance.Supports multiple image operations exposed as a simple HTTP API, with additional optional features such as API token authorization, gzip compression, HTTP traffic throttle strategy and CORS support for web clients.

ImageSharp - A cross-platform library for the processing of image files; written in C#

  •    CSharp

ImageSharp is a new, fully featured, fully managed, cross-platform, 2D graphics API. Without the use of System.Drawing we have been able to develop something much more flexible, easier to code against, and much, much less prone to memory leaks. Gone are system-wide process-locks; ImageSharp images are thread-safe and fully supported in web environments. Built against .Net Standard 1.1 ImageSharp can be used in device, cloud, and embedded/IoT scenarios.

libjpeg-turbo - Main libjpeg-turbo repository

  •    C

libjpeg-turbo is a JPEG image codec that uses SIMD instructions (MMX, SSE2, NEON, AltiVec) to accelerate baseline JPEG compression and decompression on x86, x86-64, ARM, and PowerPC systems. On such systems, libjpeg-turbo is generally 2-6x as fast as libjpeg, all else being equal. On other types of systems, libjpeg-turbo can still outperform libjpeg by a significant amount, by virtue of its highly-optimized Huffman coding routines. In many cases, the performance of libjpeg-turbo rivals that of proprietary high-speed JPEG codecs.libjpeg-turbo implements both the traditional libjpeg API as well as the less powerful but more straightforward TurboJPEG API. libjpeg-turbo also features colorspace extensions that allow it to compress from/decompress to 32-bit and big-endian pixel buffers (RGBX, XBGR, etc.), as well as a full-featured Java interface.

pageres - Capture website screenshots

  •    Javascript

Capture screenshots of websites in various resolutions. A good way to make sure your websites are responsive. It's speedy and generates 100 screenshots from 10 different websites in just over a minute. It can also be used to render SVG images.See pageres-cli for the command-line tool.




pageres-cli - Capture website screenshots

  •    Javascript

Capture screenshots of websites in various resolutions. A good way to make sure your websites are responsive. It's speedy and generates 100 screenshots from 10 different websites in just over a minute. It can also be used to render SVG images.See pageres for the programmatic API and issues tracker.

lwip - Light Weight Image Processor for NodeJS

  •    C

This module provides comprehensive, fast, and simple image processing and manipulation capabilities.There are no external runtime dependencies, which means you don't have to install anything else on your system.

imagemin - Tense, nervous, minifying images?

  •    Javascript

Returns Promise<Object[]> in the format {data: Buffer, path: String}.Files to be optimized. See supported minimatch patterns.


Mozjpeg - Improved JPEG encoder

  •    C

MozJPEG reduces file sizes of JPEG images while retaining quality and compatibility with the vast majority of the world's deployed decoders.MozJPEG is based on libjpeg-turbo. It's compatible with libjpeg API and ABI, and can be used as a drop-in replacement for libjpeg. MozJPEG makes tradeoffs that are intended to benefit Web use cases and focuses solely on improving encoding, so it's best used as part of a Web encoding workflow.

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

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the imagemin issue tracker.🦄 Support my open-source work by buying this awesome video course: Learn to build apps and APIs with Node.js by Wes Bos Try his free JavaScript 30 course for a taste of what to expect & check out his ES6, React, Sublime courses.

lepton - Lepton is a tool and file format for losslessly compressing JPEGs by an average of 22%.

  •    C++

Lepton is a tool and file format for losslessly compressing JPEGs by an average of 22%.This can be used to archive large photo collections, or to serve images live and save 22% bandwidth.

jpg-glitch - glitch images with jpg encoding

  •    Javascript

this is an experiment for the web browser. it corrupts jpg images so that they appear "glitched". this experiment is very much based on the smack my glitch up js script.

libvips - A fast image processing library with low memory needs.

  •    C

libvips is a 2D image processing library. Compared to similar libraries, libvips runs quickly and uses little memory. libvips is licensed under the LGPL 2.1+. It has around 300 operations covering arithmetic, histograms, convolutions, morphological operations, frequency filtering, colour, resampling, statistics and others. It supports a large range of numeric formats, from 8-bit int to 128-bit complex. It supports a good range of image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, PNG, WebP, FITS, Matlab, OpenEXR, PDF, SVG, HDR, PPM, CSV, GIF, Analyze, DeepZoom, and OpenSlide. It can also load images via ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick.

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.

Sharp - High performance Node.js image processing

  •    Javascript

The typical use case for this high speed Node.js module is to convert large images in common formats to smaller, web-friendly JPEG, PNG and WebP images of varying dimensions.Resizing an image is typically 4x-5x faster than using the quickest ImageMagick and GraphicsMagick settings.

imgproxy - Fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting remote images

  •    Go

imgproxy is a fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting remote images. The main principles of imgproxy are simplicity, speed, and security. imgproxy can be used to provide a fast and secure way to replace all the image resizing code of your web application (like calling ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick, or using libraries), while also being able to resize everything on the fly, fast and easy. imgproxy is also indispensable when handling lots of image resizing, especially when images come from a remote source.

essential-image-optimization - Essential Image Optimization - an eBook

  •    CSS

Bring up a terminal and type node --version. Node should respond with a version at or above 0.10.x. If you require Node, go to nodejs.org and click on the big green Install button.

image-optimizer - Easily optimize images using PHP

  •    PHP

The image at $pathToImage will be overwritten by an optimized version which should be smaller. The package will automatically detect which optimization binaries are installed on your system and use them. Here are some example conversions that have been done by this package.

lilliput - Resize images and animated GIFs in Go

  •    C++

lilliput resizes images in Go. Lilliput relies on mature, high-performance C libraries to do most of the work of decompressing, resizing and compressing images. It aims to do as little memory allocation as possible and especially not to create garbage in Go. As a result, it is suitable for very high throughput image resizing services.





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