45 posts foundBack in mid-2012, we didn't have that many unique pixel density values; just 1, 1.5, 2, and 2.25, plus variations based on zoom size. Since then, we've had an explosion of devices with high-resolution displays (adding 1.75, 2.5, 3, etc) and this continues to grow.
Read more...When both width and height are specified for an image, the standard behavior is to stretch the image to fit the new aspect ratio.
I'm highly curious if image distortion has ever been a useful behavior pattern.
Read more...I've had the same filesystem for roughly 7 years, copying it across 4 hard drives and 2 laptops, and installing 4 new OS versions along the way without a clean install. Both my Mid 2012 17" MBP and my new 15" rMBP have 512GB SDD drives, but according to BlackMagic, the rMBP is 2-4x faster on both reads and writes.
Read more...It's been over a year since my last blog post. I can place some of the blame on Wordpress, for having endless issues each time I update it, but mostly it's my own fault.
Over a year ago, I decided to migrate from Wordpress to a simple git-based CMS called Nesta.
Read more...Version 3.0.11 version of ImageResizer supports dynamic seam carving (content-aware image resizing) and remote image resizing.
Seam carving allows low-energy (unimportant) parts of the image to be removed in order to shrink an image.
Read more...This is a high-priority update for users of v2, as it blocks a potential avenue for a DOS attack and fixes many important bugs.
This is probably the last update the v2 line will receive. v2.X is deprecated and discontinued, and support for it will be ending June 15, 2011.
Read more...Image Resizer 3 launched on April 24th. New version, new architecture, new website.
Now that the initial sprint is over, things have settled down, and I have a nice set of documentation articles, I'm finally blogging about it.
Read more...I've seen some neat things done with the resizer, but I want to hear more!
Put a link to your website and a description of how you are using it in the Comments section.
Here's some stuff I've seen:
Weather imagery manipulation
Real estate photograph and mapping
Social networking sites
Integration into a variety of CMSes (DotNetNuke and a few others I can't remember)
However you are using it, whatever you are doing - show us!
It's been almost a year since the last version was released.
In a way, it's good - the last version was very stable and secure. In the last year, hundreds of customers have bought and installed the product, and less than a dozen have encountered any bugs.
Read more...In August 2008 I started a separate blog, ComputerLinguist.com. At the time, I felt that it was best to keep my ASP.NET writings separate from the rest.
Dynamic languages were still heresy among many programming circles, and my articles on general programming were definitely targeted towards a different audience.
Read more...Better performance, better installation, better samples, more features! Installation has been simplified to copying and pasting.
Read more...Edit (May 18, 2011): HA! Google launched the Priority Inbox, almost exactly what I was describing. Google is cool. Hmm... Did they read my blog, or was it just a coincidence? Probably a coincidence.
Read more...In this sequel to 20 Image Resizing Pitfalls, I'm outlining the architecture of my image resizing module, and including the source code for the HttpModule (but not the supporting classes).
Read more...I've received many requests for a 'trial' version of the image resizer. This demo version is fully-functional, but watermarks 50% of the generated images with "Unlicensed".