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Manipulating Images on Web Pages with CamanJS


via Manipulating Images on Web Pages with CamanJS.

A short time ago I was looking for an image manipulation library that I could use in a personal project. One library that I found and that appealed most to me was CamanJS, a JavaScript-based canvas manipulation library.

But wait… Since CSS supports basic image manipulation functionality out of the box you might be wondering why we’d want to use a JavaScript library for this. Well, besides browser support, Using CamanJS has a lot of advantages. It provides far more filters and options to manipulate images. You can create your own advanced filters and have control over every pixel in your image. You can use its built-in blend modes and layering system. And it enables you to manipulate cross-domain images and save the manipulated images.

Now, let’s start exploring the features that CamanJS offers!

CamanJS


via CamanJS – Javascript Image Manipulation.

CamanJS is (ca)nvas (man)ipulation in Javascript. It’s a combination of a simple-to-use interface with advanced and efficient image/canvas editing techniques.

CamanJS is very easy to extend with new filters and plugins, and it comes with a wide array of image editing functionality, which continues to grow. It’s completely library independent and works both in NodeJS and the browser.