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Painless image and video manipulation with JavaScript

Cloudinary’s JavaScript library accelerates web development by providing automated 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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Image fingerprinting Identify similar images using pHas

Photos today can be easily edited by means of resizing, cropping, adjusting the contrast, or changing an image’s format. As a result, new images are created that are similar to the original ones. Websites, web applications and mobile apps that allow user generated content uploads can benefit from identifying similar images.

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As web developers, we closely monitor the shifts in today's modern web applications architecture stack. We find the client vs. server-side HTML rendering debate particularly interesting.
 
In the past several years, we’ve witnessed the enormous rise in popularity of client-side JS/CoffeeScript MVC & MVVM solutions. From popular libraries such as Backbone.js that strive to add basic structure to client-side apps, all the way to feature-rich libraries that manage your entire client-side stack, with data-binding, client-server model sync, dependency tracking, templates and more. The involvement of high-profile companies and individuals in this market is also fascinating, between KnockoutJS contributions from Microsoft, the Google-backed Angular and Yehuda Katz's Ember, the heat is definitely on. 
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