…typically do an even better job than most plugins. Also note that3.5 now supports ImageMagick. If your host has it installed, that means that the thumbnail images that your theme may generate will look better and have smaller file sizes. Talk to your host about how to get the most of this new functionality.
If you use a lot of images in your posts, try the lazy load technique. With the the Lazy Load plugin, images don't load until they are actually viewable to the …
…is coming out of hibernation, with a new release that supports the latest and ImageMagick releases.
zaru - sanitization utility for Ruby.
Skeptick - Ruby DSL for building and running ImageMagick commands.
Ruby - An official list of things to watch out for. Document
GitGutter - line-by-line git status in the gutter of .
Thank you Nicholas Marriott for making it easier to manage various terminals with Tmux.
Thank you to Dennis Ritchie for software.
Thank you to Alan Kay for object-oriented programming.
Thank you to Martin Fowler for refactoring.
Thank you …
…might fail when one of the dependencies is using (i.e. ImageMagick) and the directory isn't in the library load path. The easiest way to fix this is with a symlink: ln -s /opt/X11 /usr/X11
Javier Vázquez from Zürich, would like us to explain how to install PostgreSQL .
The easiest way is to install Postgres.app. You can download it from postgresapp.com . After that you configure it in config/database.yml …
…pixels trimmed from both sides to arrive at the final dimensions. This is not a native capability of ImageMagick, but rather the result of some decently complex code in Paperclip.
Our goal is to allow a user to select a portion of an image and then create a thumbnail of just that selected portion , ideally taking advantage of Paperclip's existing cropping/scaling logic.
Any time you're dealing with custom Paperclip image processing, you're talking about creating a custom …
…—one way to find out is to use identify -verbose filename.jpg | grep "Quality" if you have ImageMagick installed).
Plus, have good toolchain to minimize your images without quality loss, I can't recommend the ImageOptim tool highly enough for that. I was able to shave off a cool 6% of the file size of the image used on . Your users will love you for the faster loading images!
Version 2.5.0 of factory_girl is out, and there's a badass new feature in it. But first:
magick-installer - method of installing ImageMagick on is working again, with a few minor tweaks from yours truly.
Versioning your APIs - An approach that uses headers to keep API URLs a bit cleaner.
How to - I have my own approach: just walk out. I have zero patience for "can you solve this deliberately tricky abstract problem on the white board right now?" interviews. You want to know if I can code, check … an Interview
I found that big progressive JPEG images can cause performance problems when used with hardware accelerated CSS transforms, so here's what I do to makes things work better (with ImageMagick): convert somefile -interlace none somefile_for_ipad.jpg The -interlace none option saves the image as a non-progressive JPEG, and Safari doesn't attempt to render progressive intermediate steps [...]