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Tag: API

More translations and API updates

We are excited to reveal our new cool APIs to you! More languages Before that, we want to let you know that we added few new translations of Pixo Editor: es-ES (Spanish, Spain) ar-SA (Arabic, Saudi Arabia) bg-BG (Bulgarian, Bulgaria) To translate Pixo into one of these: const pixo = new Pixo.Bridge({ apikey : ‘apikey’, language : ‘bg-BG’, });Read More

Custom pre-defined crop sizes

You asked for it and we did it! We just released a new API that allows you to extend the default pre-defined crop sizes, or to completely replace them. You can do that by passing a constructor callback option called filterCropSizes. This function accepts default crop sizes as array and must return the updated array or newRead More

Session restore

Did you ever close the Pixo Editor by accident, and all your edits gone away? Or did you ever quickly hit Save and few seconds later wanted to undo a change, but loading the exported image simply started a new session? Well, we are happy to tell you that this is now over! Few daysRead 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

Compressing and optimizing saved images

We all know how important it is to have a fast web these days. The usual bottleneck for slower websites and apps is the uncompressed images. Starting off today, Pixo offers great image compression to all exported images as a premium feature. With the help of TinyPNG, one of the best image compression services, you willRead 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