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Image Manipulation for Developers | Cloudinary
Whether your web application supports user uploaded images, you deliver static images, or you display profile pictures from social networks, you probably need to manipulate them to fit the graphic design of your Web site or mobile application.Cloudinary allows you to easily transform your images on-the-fly to any required format, style and dimension, and also optimizes images for minimal file size alongside high visual quality for an improved user experience and minimal bandwidth. You can do all of this by implementing dynamic image transformation and delivery URLs. You can change the required transformations at any time. All transformed images are created on-demand (lazily) and delivered to your users through a fast CDN with optimized caching.For example, you can resize and crop images, deliver them using the image format that fits your needs, and/or apply a variety of filters and effects. You can also use our smart cropping techniques, including face-detection or auto-gravity for cropping based on the most relevant parts of uploaded photos. For complex transformations, you can use the Management Console or Admin API for defining named transformations and even run a set of chained transformations on your images. You can also use the Management Console to view delivery usage reports and optimization insights.This page teaches you how Cloudinary transformations work and provides detailed descriptions and use‑case examples for commonly-used transformations.
March 13th 2019
<Formik /><Formik> is a component that helps you with building forms. It uses a render props pattern made popular by libraries like React Motion and React Router.
February 14th 2019
Guide to using the Node.js agent API | New Relic Documentation
The New Relic Node.js agent API allows you to extend the agent's standard functionality. You can use this API to:
Customize your app name
Create custom transaction parameters
Report custom errors and metrics
You can also use the API for custom instrumentation. For supported frameworks, the agent instruments most activity automatically. Custom instrumentation lets you extend that monitoring to frameworks without default instrumentation.
The Node.js agent API documentation on GitHub has more detail and practical tutorials.
You can also adjust the Node.js agent's default behavior with configuration settings.
To see all available New Relic APIs, see Intro to APIs.
November 26th 2018
Other Authentication Methods | GitHub Developer Guide
While the API provides multiple methods for authentication, we strongly recommend using OAuth for production applications. The other methods provided are intended to be used for scripts or testing (i.e., cases where full OAuth would be overkill). Third party applications that rely on GitHub for authentication should not ask for or collect GitHub credentials. Instead, they should use the OAuth web flow.
June 13th 2017