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Tag: API

Upcoming features

What are your most wanted features?

We are ready with the list of features we want to implement in Pixo in the near future. Now, you have the power to determine what’s your most wanted ones, so we can start with them! In this form we ask you to determine the importance of each feature we plan to implement. These determined asRead More

Performance optimizations

Hi folks! We are happy to announce that this week we deployed a couple of performance optimizations, resulting in greater response on low-end hardware, such as old smartphones. Results of our tests showed that Pixo is now 4 times faster in terms of applying image effects, adjustments, and blur. These are great results! Another great improvement is imageRead More

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

Configure your own custom image frames

Hi folks! We’re glad to announce that you can now add custom image frames to your Pixo instances. To do that, provide a filterFrames function to editor’s configuration: var my_frames = [ { // This is the PNG image that will be used as frame. The larger size the better. // Required. The URL must be publiclyRead More

New feature: Image Frame

Today we released a new functionality – ability to add image into a frame. There are a couple of stock frames to choose from, and more are about to come soon. You can see this new feature in action in our demo. Why I don’t see the frames in my Pixo instance? Frames are notRead More

Use your own stickers collection

Hi, We’re glad to inform you that starting off today you are now able to configure Pixo with your own set of stickers via the new filterStickers configuration callback and public method. Check out the documentation page for more details.