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Dynamic seam carving with ImageResizer

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.

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jCrop and ASP.NET server-side image resizing combined

Today, I'm going to show you how to combine jQuery, jCrop, and ImageResizing.Net to create an AJAX cropping interface - in 11 lines of javascript. This produces true, cropped images that you can use anywhere on the site simply by referencing the generated URL.

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Image Resizer v2.8 is released - end of line

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.

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ImageResizer v3 is released

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.

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Image Resizer in Action!

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 Photography sites Product catalogs 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!

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Version 2.6 released!

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.

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Design of an Image Resizing Module

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).

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20 Image Resizing Pitfalls

Dozens of articles on server-side image resizing have been written. If we count other tongues, maybe hundreds. These contributions to the community have been invaluable to me, and I truly appreciate the time each author spent to share his or her knowledge.

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