Eden image component
Images Manipulation in Eden takes the leg work from trying to figure it out on your own. There are two ways to load images in Eden; by the file name or the data itself.
Note: It's not actually good practice to pass image data using a variable because of its mere size. There are some cases however, like getting image data from a web service where this cannot be avoided.
Figure 1. Load by File or Data
$image = eden('image', '/path/to/image.jpg', 'jpg'); $image = eden('image', $image_data, 'jpg', false);
Once the image is loaded, you can combine several methods to manipulate the image to your liking.
Figure 2. Image Manipulation
$image->crop(300, 300); // Crops an image $image->scale(300, 300); // Scales an image $image->resize(300, 300); // Scales an image while keeping aspect ration $image->rotate(90); // Rotates image $image->invert(); // Invert horizontal $image->invert(true); // Invert vertical $image->greyscale(); $image->negative(); // inverses all the colors $image->brightness(4); $image->contrast(4); $image->colorize(0, 0, 255); // colorize to blue (R, G, B) $image->edgedetect(); // highlight edges $image->emboss(); $image->gaussianBlur(); $image->blur(); $image->meanRemoval(); // achieve a "sketchy" effect. $image->smooth(10); $image->setTransparency(); // set the transparent color
If the image is loaded by data, using
getDimensions() will return the width and height of that loaded image.
Figure 3. Get the image dimensions
$image->getDimensions(); // get the width and height
Though Eden's image object solves for most general cases. There will be times you may need to add additional filters beyond a function call. For advanced manipulation you can get the GD2 resource like in
Figure 4. Get the Resource
$image->getResource(); // get the GD resource for advanced editing
When your happy with your image you have the choices to save it to a file or echo to screen.
Figure 5 and
Figure 6 both show ways to get the final image.
Note: When echoing an image, make sure there is no other data outputted or the final output will look broken.
Figure 5. Save to File
$image->save('/path/to/file.jpg', 'jpg'); // save image to file
Figure 6. Simply Echo
header('Content-type: image/jpeg'); echo $image; //prints the image data
- Fork the main Eden repository (https://github.com/Eden-PHP/Image)
- Fire up your local terminal and clone the MAIN EDEN REPOSITORY (git clone git://github.com/Eden-PHP/Image.git)
- Add your FORKED EDEN REPOSITORY as a remote (git remote add fork firstname.lastname@example.org:github_username/Image.git)
- Before anything, make sure to update the MAIN EDEN REPOSITORY. (git checkout master; git pull origin master)
- If PHP Unit testing is included in this package please make sure to update it and run the test to ensure everything still works (phpunit)
- Once updated with the latest code, create a new branch with a branch name describing what your changes are (git checkout -b bugfix/fix-twitter-auth)
- Make your code changes. Always make sure to sign-off (-s) on all commits made (git commit -s -m "Commit message")
- Once you've committed all the code to this branch, push the branch to your FORKED EDEN REPOSITORY (git push fork bugfix/fix-twitter-auth)
- Go back to your FORKED EDEN REPOSITORY on GitHub and submit a pull request.
- An Eden developer will review your code and merge it in when it has been classified as suitable.