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Provides a wrapper around the imagesnap command line utility: https://github.com/alexwilliamsca/i...
A ruby ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick library that doesn't suck
A ruby ImageMagick library that doesn't suck
A library of Rspec matchers to allow comparison of similar images
a library for automated lossless image optimization
ImageSuckr is a ruby gem that allows you to get random images from Google for seeding purposes.
Set an image's alt attribute to a blank string by default.
Prevents default Rails behavior for image_tag alt text (uses the file name, which can be long and...
imagetiler is a simple command-line and ruby image tiler with support for multiple zoom levels an...
This library allows to generate images of teeth for odontograms with tooth faces painted in a col...
work with yfrog and twitpic urls to get image urls
This gem wraps a Java Library to transform scanned image docs (PDF, TIF, GIF, JPG, PNG) into PDF/...
A simple wrapper around the ImageMagick command line to check if an image is valid.
Accessing your ImageVenue account via a Ruby-Library. With support for listing, creating, deletin...
A rails engine to serve imageviewer js files easily and ubiquitiously
Image manipulation in JRuby with ImageScience compatible API
Ruby client for accessing Imagga API
A gem for hooking a rails application up to the imagine image-server.
Client gem for Imaginary.
Image generator for LaTeX/Graphviz source
Imagine can be dropped into an app to provide albums and images in your app. It supports extensi...
The default album view for Imagine. Just lists images one after another
See README for details.
A jquery slider album view for Imagine. Uses galleria.
A jquery slider album view for Imagine. Uses orbit.
Retrieve images from a tweet
Library to deal image files. This includes file renamer with NIKON NEF file, downloader for image...
Super-quick image resizing using the ImageMagick command line tools
imap_archiver is a command line tool to archive messages on an imap server.
You tell it wh...
Backup GMail, or any other IMAP email service, to disk.