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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).

respimage - respimage is a responsive images polyfill, that loads your images fast and responsibly

  •    Javascript

#respimage respimage is a fast, lightweight and robust responsive images polyfill, that saves the users bandwidth by utilizing smart resource selection algorithm. It implements the srcset/sizes attributes as also the picture element. Unlike other responsive images polyfills respimage plays nicely with your graceful degradation / progressive enhancement and image SEO strategy. ##Download and Embed Simply download the respimage.min.js script and add it to your website or bundle it in your normal JS.