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Category: Integration

Integrating Pixo into a native iOS app

Although Pixo Editor does not provide native SDK for iOS, it can be easily integrated into a native application, thanks to the WKWebView component. All you need is an embedded HTML page that integrates Pixo, a WKWebView instance rendering that HTML page, and a communication controller. Here is the flow: Any UIImage is converted to base64 string TheRead More

Our brand new Editing API is now available

We’re really happy to announce the official release of our most wanted and long awaited Editing API! It is available right now! You can check our Editing API docs and see what can be done via this API. Basically it allows you to programmatically manipulate Pixo Editor and the image. You can define settings inRead More

Create templates and apply them to users’ images

Pixo supports templates for quite some time. But we were getting so many support questions how do they work and how they can be used. Therefore, we decided to make this quick tutorial. Pixo Templates are actually a pre-defined set of actions that will be applied to end users’ images when they open Pixo Editor.Read More

Integrating Pixo Editor into WordPress front-end

We are happy to announce that a new version of the WordPress plugin is now available, which makes it possible to integrate Pixo into the front-end of any WordPress website! This is possible thanks to our new attachToFileInput API. How it works Version 2.0 of the WordPress plugin adds settings page to configure Pixo for theRead More

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!