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@doctorloktor/image-compressor-cropper v0.6.2

A simple JavaScript image compressor.

image-compressor

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A simple JavaScript image compressor. Uses the Browser's native canvas.toBlob API to do the compression work. General use this to precompress a client image file before upload it.

This version is based upon the xkeshi's version

Table of contents

Main

dist/
├── image-compressor.js        (UMD)
├── image-compressor.min.js    (UMD, compressed)
├── image-compressor.common.js (CommonJS, default)
└── image-compressor.esm.js    (ES Module)

Getting started

Install

npm install @doctorloktor/image-compressor-cropper

Usage

Syntax

new ImageCompressor([file[, options]])

file

The target image file for compressing.

options

  • Type: Object
  • Optional

The options for compressing. Check out the available options.

Example

<input type="file" id="file" accept="image/*">
import axios from 'axios';
import ImageCompressor from '@xkeshi/image-compressor';

document.getElementById('file').addEventListener('change', (e) => {
  const file = e.target.files[0];

  if (!file) {
    return;
  }

  new ImageCompressor(file, {
    quality: .6,
    success(result) {
      const formData = new FormData();

      formData.append('file', result, result.name);

      // Send the compressed image file to server with XMLHttpRequest.
      axios.post('/path/to/upload', formData).then(() => {
        console.log('Upload success!');
      });
    },
    error(e) {
      console.log(e.message);
    },
  });
})

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Options

checkOrientation

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: true

Indicates if read the image's Exif Orientation value (JPEG image only), and then rotate or flip the image automatically with the value.

Note: Don't trust this all the time as some JPEG images have incorrect (not standard) Orientation values.

scaleAndCenterCrop

  • Type: bool
  • Default: false

Indicates if the image should be scaled to the specified width/height based on the smaller value for width/height and afterwards cropped.

maxWidth

  • Type: number
  • Default: Infinity

The max width of the output image. The value should be greater then 0.

Avoid to get a blank output image, you might need to set the maxWidth and maxHeight options to limited numbers, because of the size limits of a canvas element.

maxHeight

  • Type: number
  • Default: Infinity

The max height of the output image. The value should be greater then 0.

minWidth

  • Type: number
  • Default: 0

The min width of the output image. The value should be greater then 0 and should not be greater than the maxWidth.

minHeight

  • Type: number
  • Default: 0

The min height of the output image. The value should be greater then 0 and should not be greater than the maxHeight.

width

  • Type: number
  • Default: undefined

The width of the output image. If not specified, the natural width of the original image will be used, or if the height option is set, the width will be computed automatically by the natural aspect ratio.

height

  • Type: number
  • Default: undefined

The height of the output image. If not specified, the natural height of the original image will be used, or if the width option is set, the height will be computed automatically by the natural aspect ratio.

Note: In order to keep the same aspect ratio to the original image, if the width option is set, will use it compute the height automatically, which means the height option will be ignored.

quality

  • Type: number
  • Default: 0.8

The quality of the output image. It must be a number between 0 and 1. Be careful to use 1 as it may make the size of the output image become larger. Check out canvas.toBlob for more detail.

Note: This option only available for image/jpeg and image/webp images.

Examples (in Chrome 61):

QualityInput sizeOutput sizeCompression ratioDescription
02.12 MB114.61 KB94.72%-
0.22.12 MB349.57 KB83.90%-
0.42.12 MB517.10 KB76.18%-
0.62.12 MB694.99 KB67.99%Recommend
0.82.12 MB1.14 MB46.41%Recommend
12.12 MB2.12 MB0%Not recommend
NaN2.12 MB2.01 MB5.02%-

mimeType

  • Type: string
  • Default: 'auto'

The mime type of the output image. By default, the original mime type of the source image file will be used.

convertSize

  • Type: number
  • Default: 5000000 (5MB)

PNG files over this value will be converted to JPEGs. To disable this, just set the value to Infinity. See #2.

Examples (in Chrome 61):

convertSizeInput size (type)Output size (type)Compression ratio
5 MB1.87 MB (PNG)1.87 MB (PNG)0%
5 MB5.66 MB (PNG)450.24 KB (JPEG)92.23%
5 MB9.74 MB (PNG)883.89 KB (JPEG)91.14%

success(result)

  • Type: Function
  • Default: null
  • Parameters:
    • result: The compressed image (a Blob object).

The success callback for the image compressing process.

error(err)

  • Type: Function
  • Default: null
  • Parameters:
    • err: The compression error (an Error object).

The error callback for the image compressing process.

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Methods

compress(file[, options])

  • file:
    • Type: File or Blob
    • The target image file for compressing.
  • options (optional):
    • Type: Object
    • The options for compressing.
  • (return value):
    • Type: Promise

Compress an image file.

const imageCompressor = new ImageCompressor();

imageCompressor.compress(file, options)
  .then((result) => {
    // Handle the compressed image file.
  })
  .catch((err) => {
    // Handle the error
  })

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Browser support

  • Chrome (latest)
  • Firefox (latest)
  • Safari (latest)
  • Opera (latest)
  • Edge (latest)
  • Internet Explorer 10+ (requires babel-polyfill for Promise support)

Versioning

Maintained under the Semantic Versioning guidelines.

License

MIT © Xkeshi

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