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A fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting images
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What is imgproxy?

It is a fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting remote images. The main principles are simplicity, speed, and security. It can be used to provide a fast and secure way to replace all the image resizing code of your web application (like calling ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick, or using libraries), while also being able to resize everything on the fly, fast and easy. It is also indispensable when handling lots of image resizing, especially when images come from a remote source.
imgproxy is a tool in the Image Processing and Management category of a tech stack.
imgproxy is an open source tool with 5.7K GitHub stars and 421 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to imgproxy's open source repository on GitHub

imgproxy Integrations

Docker, Ubuntu, Heroku, macOS, and Arch Linux are some of the popular tools that integrate with imgproxy. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with imgproxy.

imgproxy's Features

  • Optimize images on the fly
  • Resizing
  • Watermarking
  • Can be installed in your cluster
  • Security out of the box

imgproxy Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to imgproxy?
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