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imgIX

imgix.com

Founded Year

2011

Stage

Loan | Alive

Total Raised

$10.7M

Last Raised

$680K | 3 yrs ago

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About imgIX

Zebrafish Labs, dba imgIX, offers online processing tool for web images, including smart cropping, retina displays, and vector & PDF. The company runs its GPU-optimized, multi-process rendering server on real hardware, deployed in high-end data centers geographically distributed across the continental United States.

Headquarters Location

423 Tehama Street

San Francisco, California, 94103,

United States

415-484-5964

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How to Upload Media to Your Bucket Using the Cosmic JS API

Jan 11, 2020

How to Upload Media to Your Bucket Using the Cosmic JS API January 11th 2020 In this short tutorial I’m going to show you how to: Upload an image to your Cosmic JS Bucket via the Cosmic JS API. Alter your image using the powerful Imgix processing service (free with every Cosmic JS Bucket) Add the uploaded image as a Metafield to an Object in your Bucket Getting Started Sign up for Cosmic JS to create your own Bucket or just follow along with the examples. To start, let’s create a simple HTML form to upload our media. <html> <body> <form action="https://api.cosmicjs.com/v1/bucket-slug/media" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <input type="file" name="media" /> <input type="submit" value="Upload!" /> </form> </body></html> Next let’s add a file and let it rip. Notice we now have data to use for data fetching / storing: { "media": { "name": "57319310-b914-11e6-acef-b1b7e94fa195-earth.png", "original_name": "earth.png", "size": 1024912, "type": "image/png", "bucket": "5839c67f0d3201c114000004", "created": "2016-12-03T04:52:49.516Z", "location": "https://cosmicjs.com/uploads", "url": "https://cosmicjs.com/uploads/57319310-b914-11e6-acef-b1b7e94fa195-earth.png", "imgix_url": "https://cosmicjs.imgix.net/57319310-b914-11e6-acef-b1b7e94fa195-earth.png", }} The Power of Imgix After we POST our media to our Cosmic JS Bucket, one of the pieces of data returned is an Imgix URL. Imgix gives us powerful image processing capability on the fly. By simply adding query parameters to the end of the Imgix url, we have the power to resize, crop, add filters and more to our uploaded images. For example, to resize this image to 2X mobile size just add “ ?w=640 This makes creating light-weight responsive websites much easier because now we don’t have to upload multiple images for different devices. All we do now is program the url to serve the size we want. Browse the Imgix docs to see all the capabilities at your fingertips. Imgix is included free with every Cosmic JS account. Adding the Uploaded Image to an Object After adding our image to our Cosmic JS Bucket we may want to add it to an Object. To do this we’ll simply take the “name” value returned after we POST our media and add it as a file Metafield value and POST this to our Add Object API endpoint: POST /v1/:your-bucket-slug/add-object { "title": "New Object", "slug": "new-object", "type_slug": "tests", "content": "", "metafields": [{ "type": "file", "title": "Image", "key": "image", "value": "57319310-b914-11e6-acef-b1b7e94fa195-earth.png" }]} Now when we go into our Cosmic JS Bucket we’ll notice that the “Tests” Object Type has a new Object titled “New Object” with our newly uploaded file as a file Metafield. Conclusion Cosmic JS makes it really easy to add dynamic content to any website or application. In this tutorial I showed you how you can use the Cosmic JS API to add media, process images using the available Imgix processing URL then save that image to an Object in our Bucket for easy editing later. To learn more about how Cosmic JS makes it easy to store media and power content for your websites and apps, check out the Documentation page . I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how Cosmic JS can help you build content-powered apps faster and easier join Cosmic JS on Slack and reach out to us on Twitter . Tags Get solid gold sent to your inbox. Every week! Topics of interest

imgIX Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was imgIX founded?

    imgIX was founded in 2011.

  • Where is imgIX's headquarters?

    imgIX's headquarters is located at 423 Tehama Street, San Francisco.

  • What is imgIX's latest funding round?

    imgIX's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did imgIX raise?

    imgIX raised a total of $10.7M.

  • Who are the investors of imgIX?

    Investors of imgIX include Paycheck Protection Program, RRE Ventures, Kevin Rose, Y Combinator, SV Angel and 4 more.

  • Who are imgIX's competitors?

    Competitors of imgIX include TwicPics and 1 more.

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