In this episode of the Discoveries (almost) everything is about images and the web. There are so many pitfalls to do it wrong, but many more possibilities to do it right, especially with these resources I found in the last few weeks.
- ASP.NET Core Image Resizing Middleware
- Best way to lazy load images for maximum performance
- image orientation on the web
- cosha - Colorful shadows for your images
- parax-bg - Parallax Backgrounds
- parax - Parallax Elements
- Luminous Lightbox
- Tiny-Swiper - Image Carousel
ASP.NET Core Image Resizing Middlewareby Jeremy Paddison
Jeremy shows in his blog post the possibilities of dealing with images in ASP.NET Core in terms of format, orientation and quality. A must read for every .NET developer.
Best way to lazy load images for maximum performanceby Adrian Bece
image orientation on the webby Michael Scharnagl
Automatic uploading and viewing images fails sometimes on portrait shots, because of misintrepretated orientation information by the different browsers. Michael adresses this problem with a Node.JS solution.
cosha - Colorful shadows for your imagesby Robin Löffel
parax-bg - Parallax Backgroundsby Tobias Buschor
Parallaxing backgrounds are fairly attracting and so it is with Tobias’ approach on that for developers: easy to use and fast.
parax - Parallax Elementsby Tobias Buschor
If you just want to parallax some elements instead of backgrounds, Tobias has also a solution for that: Parax.
Luminous Lightboxby imgix
There are tons of image lightboxes out there and here is another one: Luminous from imgx. It is my favourite and I use it in this blog. Its lightweight and easy to use, for the user and the developer. A pearl…
Tiny-Swiper - Image Carouselby Joe Harris
The same applies to image carousels, but Tiny-Swiper is here outstanding too. It is simple, but powerful and well documented. A must use…
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