Cloudinary Blog

Archive for 2016 - Page 5
Automated JavaScript Image Transformation and Management

Cloudinary’s JavaScript library accelerates web development by providing automated JavaScript image manipulation and management with a few lines of code. The newly released version streamlines the library by providing a much requested jQuery-free core library. At the same time it is fully backward compatible with previous versions. The new library is further enhanced with classes and a chainable API, making the implementation of Cloudinary functionality in your application easier (and more enjoyable!).

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Using error reports to identify image delivery issues

Updated (October 2019):
Since this post was written, a new feature has been added that lets you export a day's data into a .CSV file. Selecting the "Export to CSV" option will generate an email where you can download the file and import it into your favorite spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Excel, for viewing and filtering.
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Apartment List speeds up development and scales rapidly
Apartment List is one of the fastest-growing online rental marketplaces in the world, helping its users with everything from searching for a new apartment to handling applications and payments. The company’s Webby-award winning site draws more than 2.5 million monthly visits, with mobile accounting for 70 percent of traffic. In 2014, Apartment List introduced top-rated iOS app. It was named the #3 fastest growing company in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Generate Automatic and Image-Specific Responsive Breakpoints

The number of different devices available and their potential screen resolutions keep increasing, and to support this wide range of resolutions and devices, responsive website design is now the standard. A website's markup must adapt itself to look perfect on all the different devices and in various resolutions, pixel densities and mobile device orientations. Managing, manipulating and delivering images, is one of the main challenges of breakpoints for responsive design that web developers face.

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How to get media to load faster on your website

By Kasia Kramnik
Tips and tricks to help your website's media load faster

This is a guest post by Kasia Kramnik, Content Marketing Manager at Netguru, a full stack development house and one of Cloudinary's Consulting partners.

Take a look at your website. Are you happy with the way it looks? I bet you are, and that’s really awesome. Keep in mind though, there is one thing you can’t actually see, but you need to experience: the load speed. Sometimes the most important element is invisible to the eye. In this article you’ll find tips on perfecting the invisible as well: loading your site and media with visibly better results.

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