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Daycaca - a simple image tool

Recently we have released our new image tool daycaca.

A pure JS library to handle image via canvas

<Canvas> is a magic element which helps you to draw some amazing effects in a web page. And it enables a power to draw images on the canvas.

drawImage helps us draw an image on canvas. We can get each pixel data and change these data. toDataUrl method returns a data URI containing a representation of the image in the format specified by the type parameter. Those APIs leads to crop and compress image online.

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How to use

Use Npm install the package.

$  npm install daycaca -save
// es6
import daycaca from 'daycaca';  
// src specify an image src (url or base64)
daycaca.rotate(src, degress, (data, w, h) => {  
  // your code here
});

And you could import the script in your html file. And daycaca attachs to the window object.

<script src="./dist/daycaca.min.js"></script>

<script>  
  // src specify an image src (url or base64)
  daycaca.rotate(src, degress, (data, w, h) => {
    // your code here
  });
</script>  

API

All API methods's argument source should be one type below:

  • an image url (Pay attention to CORS settings)
  • an IMG element
  • a file object Which use input[type="file"] value as source

base64(source, callback)

Convert your image to base64.

const img = document.querySelector('img')  
daycaca.base64(img, (data) => {  
  //... handle base64
})

compress(source, quailty, callback)

Compress your image and minify the size of your image.

  • PNG need lossless compression; So the param quality may not work.

  • JPG/JPEG/BMP need lossy compression;

quality (1~100). 100 means that the image keeps the same quality.

const img = document.querySelector('img')  
daycaca.compress(img, 0.5,(data) => {  
  //... handle base64
})

crop(source, option, callback)

Crop your image to the size which you specify.

option {} :

  • toCropImgX: The x-axis distance between the crop area and the image;
  • toCropImgY: The y-axis distance between the crop area and the image;
  • toCropImgW: The width of crop area;
  • toCropImgH: The height of crop area
  • ratio: the scale ration of the image

const img = document.querySelector('img')  
daycaca.reszie(img, {  
  toCropImgX: 10,
  toCropImgY: 20,
  toCropImgW: 100,
  toCropImgH: 70
},(data) => {
  //... handle base64
})

rotate(source, degree, callback)

Rotate your image to any degree.

const img = document.querySelector('img')  
daycaca.rotate(img, 90,(data) => {  
  //... handle base64
})

reszie(source, ratio, callback)

Scale the image;
+ ratio (0~1): the scale ratio of the image. 1 means the image keep the same size;

const img = document.querySelector('img')  
daycaca.reszie(img, 0.5,(data) => {  
  //... handle base64
})

Your contributions and suggestions are welcome 😄😄🌺🌺🎆🎆~

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