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Category: Integration

Configurable actions

We are happy to announce that the Actions Menu of the Editor (Save, Close, Undo/Redo) is now configurable. This can be done with the new actions configuration in Pixo.Bridge: new Pixo.Bridge({ …, actions: [ … ], }); The default value can be seen as the Pixo.ACTIONS_MENU constant. It is array, containing 4 objects: Pixo.ACTIONS.SAVE_CLOSE Pixo.ACTIONS.UNDO Pixo.ACTIONS.REDO Pixo.ACTIONS.CLOSERead More

Tutorial: Integrate Pixo in Vue app

This post is part from series of posts related to integrating Pixo into most popular frameworks. You may check also: Integrate Pixo in Angular app Integrate Pixo in React app You can check the example and the source code here. Create new Vue app We start with creating a boilerplate app. We need Vue-CLI forRead More

Tutorial: Integrate Pixo in React app

This post is part from series of posts related to integrating Pixo into most popular frameworks. You may check also: Integrate Pixo in Angular app Integrate Pixo in Vue app You can check the example and the source code here. Create new React app We start with creating a boilerplate app. We need Create-React-App-CLI forRead More

Tutorial: Integrate Pixo in Angular app

This post is part from series of posts related to integrating Pixo into most popular frameworks. You may check also: Integrate Pixo in React app Integrate Pixo in Vue app You can check the example and the source code here. Create new Angular app We start with creating a boilerplate app. We need Angular-CLI forRead More

Pixo is now available in Russian!

Hi folks, Here’s another translation available! It is Russian (ru-RU). If you need Pixo translated to this language, set it like this: new Pixo.Bridge({ language: ‘ru-RU’, }); Special thanks to Evgeny Glazyrin, web programmer from Yoshkar-Ola, for translating. If you want Pixo translated in your language, you can help!

Customizing styles: custom stylesheet

As you know, when integrating Pixo you can customize its look & feel by setting colors and backgrounds of the main components. We’ve been asked by a couple of customers to allow styling of even more & smaller components, like form elements, buttons, etc. Instead, today we provide hook for attaching custom stylesheets. This willRead More

Pixo is now available in Brazilian Portuguese!

Hi folks, Here’s another translation available! It is Brazilian Portuguese (pt-BR). If you need Pixo translated to this language, set it like this: new Pixo.Bridge({ language: ‘pt-BR’, }); Special thanks to Edelcio Molina (CEO, SimplificaCI) for translating. If you want Pixo translated in your language, you can help!

Update on recent changes

Hi folks, Long time no hear… But we keep ourselves busy 🙂 Here’s a list with some recent improvements. Improved loading If you send to the editor url to image to be edited, the url’s domain should be either the same as your site, or should have CORS enabled. Pixo requires servers to serve imagesRead More