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photon with all
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Install for Node.js via
$ npm install photon
Now you can simply
require('photon') in your module to generate Photon URLs.
var photon = require('photon'); var url = photon('https://cloudup.com/logo/cloudup-salmon-logo.png') console.log(url); // https://i2.wp.com/cloudup.com/logo/cloudup-salmon-logo.png
dist/photon.js in a
<script> tag. A
variable function is exposed:
<script src="photon.js"></script> <script> var url = photon('https://cloudup.com/logo/cloudup-salmon-logo.png') console.log(url); // https://i2.wp.com/cloudup.com/logo/cloudup-salmon-logo.png </script>
You can also consume photon.js via browserify when installed via
Node.js instructions above).
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