Resize images in browser without pixelation and reasonably fast. Autoselect the best of available technologies: webworkers, webassembly, createImageBitmap, pure JS.
Tiny library for image processing.
Fabric.js is a framework that makes it easy to work with HTML5 canvas element. It is an interactive object model on top of canvas element. It is also an SVG-to-canvas parser.
A image cropper for cropping user avatar, no dependencies.
Convert any image to pure CSS. Well, it just puts the image in a canvas, calculates an array with the rgb values, and then… creates a single pixel shadow for each value!
This is an experiment for the web browser. It corrupts jpg images so that they appear “glitched”.
This is a tiny(~2kb) library to blur pictures, with graceful downgrade support from css mode to canvas mode.
Add a retro/vintage effect to images using the HTML5 canvas element.
Canvas can be kind of a pain to work with sometimes, especially if you just need a canvas context to do something relatively simple like merge some images together. merge-images abstracts away all the repetitive tasks into one simple function call.
A gesture to drive image cropping plug-in.
It allows developers to easily generate responsive images using the srcset and sizes attributes, or the picture element. This lets you write a single image URL that is parsed and used to make images look great at any screen size, by using imgix to process and resize your images on the fly.